4 floor designs ROTA repaint

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Re: 4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by Shadox » Wed Apr 25, 2018 7:49 pm

I am going to have to dig mine out and submit. I was also inspired. Coming soon.

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Re: 4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by Feymous » Sun Apr 08, 2018 3:59 am

This post first inspired me to take a paint brush to my beloved resin pieces. I've always been pleased with the results.

Thanks biowizard! :)

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Re: 4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by William » Fri Mar 16, 2018 5:16 am

biowizard wrote:
Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:20 pm
It always warms my heart to see this thread bumped.

Could you guys believe that in the last 7 years since I painted those, we got to use the pieces only once for gaming purposes? They are beautiful but perhaps too beautiful for generic D&D use. But then, I'm not the DM.
Amazing detail Biowizard. I'm with Stefano, the Green and Blue are my favorites.
Thanks for the post, I can't believe I've never commented on them before. I might have been a tiny bit jealous at the time I saw the pictures. :oops: Great job on them. :) 8-)

I always love looking at these and now that I'm getting my first RotA sets (delivery soon) I'm wondering if anyone has ever done this type of repaint on the 6x6 RotA floor? Is it even a candidate for a pattern similar to these? I don't think I've seen a clean top-down picture of that tile.

Just thinking while waiting... Ho-hum-di-dum-di-dum-di-dum, sure wish they would get here already. :|
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Re: Re:4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by GODofwar » Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:38 pm

biowizard wrote:
Sat Oct 22, 2011 1:14 pm
...ooh, I forgot to say something about dry brushing!

The tiles originally coming with the ROTA sets are quite dark already! For my ROTA repaint, since I did not want the color between the tiles to change (to match the "mortar" from the tiles I would not repaint) and since I wanted to use very light and bright colors, I had to do a white dry brushing over all the 3 primary colors pieces before painting the final colors over it. This is because light colors (light blue, light green, yellow and so on...) let a lot of the color underneath go through. There is no way around it, these are laws of physics that apply unless you do 30 separate coats of them (I would strongly advise against that for that many tiles). Having a white undercoat makes the light colors appear much more vivid. For dry brushing, you need another brush that has no sharp end. Instead, it should have a roundish appearance with all bristles ending at different places. This is because after putting paint on the brush, you have to remove very nearly all of it by brushing very hard on a piece of newspaper or something similar.
How about a broad, flat brush for drybrushing? I do that when I drybrush, which is darn rarely.
Seems like a brush with a very broad flat tip would work.


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Re: Re:4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by GODofwar » Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:34 pm

biowizard wrote:
Thu Oct 20, 2011 11:00 pm
Here are close ups of the actual pieces.

This one is my attempt at reproducing the promo piece that I miss my chance buying:

Dwarven Forge ROTA intersection original smaller.jpg

The next 3 have been painted with the eventual possibility of using them in different parts of a dungeon to represent the 3 primary colors: Blue, Green and Red. Perhaps 3 separate challenges being addressed in each of those rooms could be issued to the players? Finally, I had a lot of fun trying to have an original design for the coloring pattern. I think the end result is quite good...

Blue:

Dwarven Forge ROTA intersection blue smaller.jpg

Green:

Dwarven Forge ROTA intersection green smaller.jpg

Red:

Dwarven Forge ROTA intersection red smaller.jpg
Biowizard, I saw these and I immediately thought of the tavern in Ostia Antica (the original port of Rome during the Empire) as it was back in the day.
These are astonishingly good. Thank you. Not that' I'll ever try...my hand isn't steady enough to connect these dotS!


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Re: 4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by kitenerd » Fri Mar 02, 2018 7:09 pm

Have you seen the avatar?

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Re: 4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by thebigteacher » Thu Mar 01, 2018 1:34 pm

This post was when I first began to consider just how sane biowizard was.... :)

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Re: 4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by biowizard » Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:20 pm

It always warms my heart to see this thread bumped.

Could you guys believe that in the last 7 years since I painted those, we got to use the pieces only once for gaming purposes? They are beautiful but perhaps too beautiful for generic D&D use. But then, I'm not the DM.

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Re: 4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by ForestZ » Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:23 pm

Holy...that's gorgeous! And so clean! Looks amazing!

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Re: 4 floor designs ROTA repaint

Post by Rabbit Burner » Fri Feb 09, 2018 6:45 am

just Bloody Wow!
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