Monday, November 16, 2015

Castles & Crusades: Isometric III

I would like to take this opportunity to just say thank you to all of my followers, supporters and clients, with out you I would not be able to do what I do. Again, from the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU!

Now, on to the isometrics. 

If you are new here, go check out the previous two blog entries to see the Black Feathers and the Half-Caved Inn isometrics. 

For the third installment I give you the Old Mill & Granary site located within the Lost City of Gaxmoor as published by Troll Lord Games, and co-written by Luke & Ernie Gygax. 

With out further ado...The Old Mill & Granary.

Old Mill Granary Isometric by Del Teigeler, Mavfire
Copyright Del Teigeler 2015. Licensed to Troll Lord Games 2015.

Opening the image in a new tab will give you a bigger look. 

Inside the granary are the skeletal remains of the oxen used to turn the mill, bags of rancid flour, mice/rats, a lift, several wagon/carts and a ton of other details. 

Let me know what you think.

Thanks for looking, comments are always welcome. 

Friday, November 6, 2015

Castles & Crusades Isometrics II: Half-Caved Inn

Continuing in the series I started showing off the isometrics for Troll Lord Games and their Castles & Crusades game I present the Half-Caved Inn.

This building is detailed as part of the Lost City of Gaxmoor campaign setting.

Half -Caved Inn by Del Teigeler, Mavfire
Copyright Del Teigeler 2015. Licensed to Troll Lord Games 2015.
A simple two story isometric of a ruined Inn. Starting in the basement the walls are stone constructed, and debris is everywhere. There is even a group of mushroom people dwelling there and a small tunnel leading out. 

The primary floor shows a collapse damage, in each of the rooms, the masters bedroom, office, gathering/eating room, small two-bed room and lobby. The stairs as well as the wall show damage as well. 

The upper level is almost completely wrecked, with a partial collapse onto the first floor, and debri everywhere. Can you find the ransacked chests?

The roof elevation shows its wear as well, with holes, rafters showing and plaster and lathe shown below the flaked off siding material.

Hope you enjoy this series. 

Thanks for looking, comments always welcome.