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  • Build your own Camp Tents for your tabletop RPG games! Note: instructions follow the visual presentation!     The instructions and photos given were created in ¼” scale, meaning, ¼” would equal 1 foot in the real world. You can use the same construction process to build in any scale you desire. 1.  I cut my center posts and rafter to the size of the tent I want. I use flat boards for my flooring and more solid strips of wood for the main posts and rafters and beam. I like to use bass wood versus balsa just because it is stronger.   2.  Glue two “T” shapes together, these will become the main beam and posts for your tent. […]

    How to build miniature Work Camp Tents

    Build your own Camp Tents for your tabletop RPG games! Note: instructions follow the visual presentation!     The instructions and photos given were created in ¼” scale, meaning, ¼” would equal 1 foot in the real world. You can use the same construction process to build in any scale you desire. 1.  I cut my center posts and rafter to the size of the tent I want. I use flat boards for my flooring and more solid strips of wood for the main posts and rafters and beam. I like to use bass wood versus balsa just because it is stronger.   2.  Glue two “T” shapes together, these will become the main beam and posts for your tent. […]

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  • The following is an interview with Cartographer, Graphic Designer, Illustrator, and Model Scenery Creator Todd Gamble who spent a number of years working for Wizards of the Coast on the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting for Dungeons and Dragons.  For me, he has been a creative influence for many years as well as a positive influence in the small logging town of Snoqualmie.  The quaint city of Snoqualmie is deep in the rain covered Cascade Foothills of Washington State.  It was a pleasure to meet with Todd and take a short journey into his past accomplishments.  Please join us now as we travel into the creative realm of Todd Gamble, artist magnificent! Jon: So, you worked at Wizards of the Coast for […]

    Interview with Todd Gamble: Forgotten Realms Cartographer

    The following is an interview with Cartographer, Graphic Designer, Illustrator, and Model Scenery Creator Todd Gamble who spent a number of years working for Wizards of the Coast on the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting for Dungeons and Dragons.  For me, he has been a creative influence for many years as well as a positive influence in the small logging town of Snoqualmie.  The quaint city of Snoqualmie is deep in the rain covered Cascade Foothills of Washington State.  It was a pleasure to meet with Todd and take a short journey into his past accomplishments.  Please join us now as we travel into the creative realm of Todd Gamble, artist magnificent! Jon: So, you worked at Wizards of the Coast for […]

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  • The Henley Hotel Incident (1959) by Todd Gamble

    New Siberia #1 in a series of short stories by Todd Gamble

    The Henley Hotel Incident (1959) by Todd Gamble

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