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Coasters & Dice Cups

Posted by Fallon Foster on

I had a couple large orders for dice cups and/or coasters recently.  Great opportunities to get new photos on the new booth!

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Stein Coasters

Posted by Fallon Foster on

One of my recurring clients is still kitting out their new game room and wanted a trio of giant coasters to accommodate the beer steins their players use.  Of course they needed to have some classic D&D art and of course I was only too happy to oblige.  These coasters are 5" across and in the process of making them I beefed up the bases so they'd be a bit sturdier.  Came out pretty shiny!

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Giant Order of D&D Awesome

Posted by Fallon Foster on

I have a few awesome clients who keep coming back to snag more and more and this guy's one of them.  They moved this summer and had the opportunity to set up a dedicated game room which meant loads of new goodies.  This order started with the map case and coaster set but we added the Ehlonna chain pull while the others were being produced.  It's now hanging off ceiling fan in the finished game room.

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Coasters, D&D

Posted by Fallon Foster on

A long time ago someone suggested I develop some D&D themed coasters (Thanks Runkle!) and it's been sitting on my To Prototype list for a least a year.  With the new printer I realized I could finally crank out a product worth adding to the store and before I'd technically finished the prototype it had already sold.The coasters are sold as a set of five, each with a different bit of art.  There's the ever popular Yawning Portal, the head of the demon on the cover of the original DMG, Bahamut's emblem, the D&D ampersand, and WotC's Wizard logo.  And...

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Chemical Formula Coasters

Posted by Fallon Foster on

Chemical Formula Coasters Sometimes you just have to do something geeky and nerdy and goofy and fun.  That's my position anyway.  I'm not convinced there's a huge market for coasters (outside of informal christmas gift exchanges) but I rather liked the idea of tossing some chemistry in.  At first I was going to do include tea, coffee, and soda but that didn't quite work out.  The first molecule I picked for tea, Theflavin, turned out to be too large to fit on a coaster.  Seriously.  And of course soda is a complex, unholy solution of ichor and other not-so-good things. ...

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