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Original Coins and Ingots

Posted by Fallon Foster on

This client had purchased a bunch of coins back when I was using my original models and they were looking to expand their treasury.  Fortunately I still had the original files and they didn't need any of the coins I couldn't get filament for any longer.While their new coins were still printing they put in another order for some ingots to represent even larger denominations.  They'd originally meant just some simple bricks but I'd wanted to add some feet so they'd stack/click together (kinda like lego) and the client suggested a hole in the center so they could be strung...

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Condition Tokens, Revised

Posted by Fallon Foster on

When I posted the condition tokens for sale I'd always meant to expand them, particularly with some spell-specific tokens.  I'd still like to do that someday but there's ~80 spells in 5e that a token of some sort could be used for and there's all sorts of challenges in sorting that out.  In the meantime, I've been continuing to experiment with our weekly games and noted that we've been having a lot of use out of some generic buff/debuff tokens.  There isn't lots of buff stacking in 5e so using the same token for Bless and Shield of Faith hasn't...

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Condition Tokens Mark... 14?

Posted by Fallon Foster on

I made quite a few of these over the holiday season and iterating so quickly helped me make some improvements along the way.  I drew up a better logo for the hidden/invisible tokens for one and worked out a staining procedure so that I wouldn't have to paint borders on some squares.  Thanks to a clearance I was able to pick up a lot of nice "jewel-ish" rivets that set the lace quite nicely.  A good way to start off the year! =)

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Conditions Galore

Posted by Fallon Foster on

The holiday season slammed into full gear this week and I've been shipping out sets of tokens left and right.  All these rapid iterations have helped me hone in and refine the tokens even further.  The tap-offs that I use to transfer the designs have seen a lot of improvements.  And by handling the stains a bit differently I was able to avoid having to paint the edges.  On top of that, I came up with a new logo for Invisible/Hidden that I think does a better job of communicating that status.  These sets are fairly unique in my stock...

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