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How To Make Stone Walls for D&D | Feat. Impulsive Artistry

I made this video with my buddy Charles at Impulsive Artistry. His youtube page can be found at:

I decided that I needed to get some walls of varying shape and size to be used in my Dungeons and Dragons games. You could use them for really any tabletop RPG- Warhammer, Pathfinder etc. , but D&D is largely what I will be using them for. The stone walls fit in extremely well with my stone battlemap and will be a very welcome addition to my terrain collection.

I made this using XPS foam like I do in most of my build videos, as well as Hot Glue, Paint, homemade washes, and some cardboard bases. All in all, for how much of each material I used, these walls should come out to maybe 0.25 – 0.50$ each. They are extremely cheap, and extremely easy to build.

If you have any ideas for what you would like to see built in the future, let me know in the comments down below! Then subscribe so you don’t miss any new videos coming out in the future! Also, if you liked this, gimme that sweet sweet like.

Everything that I did on the Proxxon Hot Wire Cutter can be done with a knife on the foam, so no worries about needing the same equipment that I have. Go rock it with what you got!

Music – Book of Mother Nature – eluukkanen – LINK:

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