This week's fan build is from Rafael Becerra (@TheNoirKiller on Twitter), titled "Cradle of the Death God".
He uses lighting and some special effects to bring the Tomb of Annihilation's final encounter to incredible heights!
Here is what he says about the build:
"A couple of years ago I started playing Tomb of Annihilation with a couple of friends and my girlfriend. My dream was to make the most stunning boss room I could for them, so I start working it piece by piece. In order to stay faithful to the official art, I 3D printed the "cradle" room and started building with DF from there. I used the LED Panels and Lava filters to make the bottom of the lava pit, then I used tons of elevation blocks and Sewers walls to elevate the main floor around 5 inches. Then I had to use some Terrain Trays and Elevation Stilts to make the Upper floor and used Dungeon of Doom "bread and butter" to build the rooms. The Soulmonger was made by an artist named Pierre Étienne MARTIN, It's clear in the bottom so I placed a small LED light there to give it some life. The portal was made with elevation pillars and arches in front of an old Cellphone playing a loop of a portal background. I added some Green LEDS to the Hags room, a tabletop Fog machine And that was it! I had hell of a good time building this."
For this build he used:
Dungeon Level 3 from DoD Kickstarter, An Elevation Megapack, Monster Sewers, a couple of stairs from castle builder, LED light panels, lava phantom filters and some dungeon dressing pieces from Plaguestone Alchemy Lab.
Atropal's Cradle is 3D printed and was designed by Marc Martin, available here for free: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3722052