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Library Shelving by Jennifer

by JenniferG Mar 4, 2016
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What are you using for the books in these pictures?

These are awesome! How tall are they? Thanks!

printed this looks great then Icut qtips for scrolls. Thanks.

Love it! This is going to look great in our gaming sessions.

Glad you like it:) Check out my friend Curufin's work. He just started on Thingiverse yesterday and has already designed and uploaded two wood grain masterpieces: couple tables and a display case.

You can find him by doing a thingiverse search on: "wooden display case".

Again, glad you liked my shelving :) You're really gonna love Curufin's stuff as I believe there are going to be many more pieces soon .. just a hunch! He does such great work on the wood grain (a technique he perfected with v gouge on popsicle sticks). Now he is managing to learn blender and autodesk inventor and doing a great job wow.

He gives tips on painting the wood in this thread:
http://dmscraft.proboards.com/thread/2710/privy

That's where I learned how to paint wood anyways :)

Do you have a model for the scriptorium table?

No I don't, I just made it out of popsicle/lolly sticks. Here's the link to the dimensions (posted on crafting forum):

http://dmscraft.proboards.com/thread/3751/scribes-desk

I have a laser engraver, and was thinking of adapting these to be made with it. I see how I could do it. Were the scrolls made from rolled up paper strips?

I took a sheet of 20lb white printer paper, cut it into quarters. Then I brushed on a very thinned down $1 Americana Cocoa acrylic paint and wiped off (no soaking.. just about 15 seconds of painting).. then I put under a box fan for drying. (I also used a bit of $1 watered down Americana Burnt Umber acrylic paint for random spotting.)

I cut into the width of a popsicle stick (used a popsicle as a guide), then rolled up with toothpick.. removed toothpick..unrolled, rolled tighter, released pressure a bit until desired slack, and glued at inside end with Alene's tacky white glue.

Those are so cool! I'm not a DnD player, but I like them!