31 Oct 2015

Dungeon Floor Stamp: Experimental...

Hello! It's been a while... I have been painting, but lazy at posting. This one I wanted to share anyways. The "dungeon floor stamp" is an idea from DM Scotty again, as in my earlier posting, with the "barrels from corrugated card board"... And I recommend again, to go and see he's brilliant ideas from youtube!!! Here's a link to he's 2,5D dungeon system starter video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG5x8yY48LM.

Here's how my floor turned out...

 First I divided a piece of foam board to 25mm sections... The piece itself is 125mm x 125mm large.

 Then I used a carpet knife to cut along the lines.

Next I cutted some stone patterns to the tiles... And the stamp is done!

Next I took some hard board pieces, that I got awailable for free... I cutted them in 30 x 25cm size.
I primed one of them with black and brown spray paint.

Here's my  palette for the stamp... I applied the paint to the stamp with a sponge.

And here's the results for my first stamping... As you can see I need some practise to find the right lines to press the stamp. Maybe I'll make some kind of liner tool for it... But still I'm pleased with the results..! It looks quite good, and I'm inspired to do some more. Stamp itself is easy to clean with warm water and a brush. I'll be back with this later. Bye now!


  1. Very cool item. If you create a corner 'fence' (maybe of built up lego) you should be able to consistently rack up the stamp and the tile. You'd just need to trim the stamps edge until it's lines where properly aligned when pushed into the fence.

    I'm finding words slightly challenging to describe this process.

  2. Thanks daveb! That's a great idea. I'll borrow some Legos from our kids ;)

  3. Very nice work, what sort of foam is that?

  4. The same stuff you use in buildings, as an insulation boards... Polyurethane, I guess :)