Dark Arts of Nerdery – Blind Crafting – a Water Elemental for DnD

2016 June 13
by mackan

My crafting for Dungeons and Dragons have really kicked off. I really like to make stuff. It gives me inner peace.

This water elemental is also sort of my own idea. Or rather, I used a set of technicques that I learned from watching different YouTube videos but remixed them into my own thing. So, here goes.

Water Elemental - Step 1 - I twisted some wet paper towels into "tentacles", reinforced with white glue, and stacked / shaped the tentacles into a spiraling whirl on a piece of cardboard.

Water Elemental - Step 1 - I twisted some wet paper towels into "tentacles", reinforced with white glue, and stacked / shaped the tentacles into a spiraling whirl on a piece of cardboard.

Water Elemental - Step 2: After the whirl had dried, I placed another sheet of wet kitchen towel on top to create a more watery, less snakey, surface for the miniature.

Water Elemental - Step 2: After the whirl had dried, I placed another sheet of wet kitchen towel on top to create a more watery, less snakey, surface for the miniature.

Water Elemental - Step 4: While the arms and fingers were drying, I started on the body by just running my Hot Glue Gun back and forth over a piece of plastic bag.

Water Elemental - Step 4: While the arms and fingers were drying, I started on the body by just running my Hot Glue Gun back and forth over a piece of plastic bag.

No comments yet

Leave a Reply

Note: You can use basic XHTML in your comments. Your email address will never be published.

Subscribe to this comment feed via RSS