Update 19 – Forgotten Halls – New Modular Floor design

Hi to everyone!

It’s time to present our new and final design for our Forgotten Halls Modular Floors.
The version you are familiar with is the following.

You probably thought “it’s cool, but it doesn’t look finished”.
Indeed, you were right.
We can now unveil the last design of our floors.
It changes fully aspect and becomes even more dynamic.

Now the design is similar to sewer channels, whereas before it was completely empty.
The dynamical inserts become much more important, and by swapping their positions on the floor, a thousand different combinations open up!

The images show in detail most of the possibilities.
But let’s come back to our dynamic inserts for our floors:
As of now you can see and taste the ones with a cobblestone effect … but imagine what could be on the other side …
Indeed, with our “Forgotten Halls” system, you will be able to get from the beginning 3 new effects of floor design!
1 – sewers.
2 – stone floors
3 – … we can’t reveal this one yet!
But we assure you that you will be amazed by it!

This is all for now.
Until next,

Lorenzo & David.

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Kickstarter Zealot Miniatures & Manorhouse Workshop Terrain # 2

Hi to everyone!

We are now continuing to present the new miniatures of Zealot’s Miniatures Kickstarter on our terrain kits.
After showing them on our 3D Bases, we are now presenting them on our Forgotten Halls walls.
We are also using this occasion to show you our definitive version of our dynamic floors.
But we will speak about them in our next article.

Those Zealot Miniatures, like we said in our first article, remember us of the old-school design of the 80’s, but with quite a modern touch.
The following 10 miniatures (pictures taken from the Kickstarter page) indeed remind us a bit about the HeroQuest heroes.

So a dungeon is a perfect set-up to make them shine in their whole splendor.
immagini
Of course, an image is worth more than a thousand words, so give you more images to look at and share to you the link where you will be able to follow the last days of the Zealot Miniatures Kickstarter.

Cheers from Lorenzo & David.

Kickstarter Zealot Miniatures & Manorhouse Workshop Terrain!

Hi to everyone,

As promised, we are now showing you an article dedicated to the collaboration with another company we hold dear.
We are talking about the excellent pieces of Zealot Miniatures.
We did receive last week a package from the UK and inside were 8 gorgeous miniatures, cast in resin.
David and I were impressed by the quality of the product, even though this is nothing new, coming from Zealot.
In the past, we already did a collaboration with them showing their spectacular dungeons goodies of their first Kickstarter (Twisted Catacombs), teaming them up with our rooms of our “Forgotten Halls” project.

Let’s get more into specifics: those 8 miniatures Zealot send us are related to a new Kickstarter, already under way, about fantasy miniatures for dungeons.
Unlike their precedent 2 Kickstarters, the stamps are not made by computer digitally but by hand, by the sculptor “Boris Woloszyn”.
Well … let’s just say that looking at those miniatures brought me back to the 80’s, but with a way more clean and modern look, which definitively catches the eye.
Even the production options the Kickstarter gives you is a wink to the past: you can choose the miniatures to be cast in White Metal (classic but old-style), in standard Resin, or Premium Resin (last-generation resin very resistant and still quite flexible).

As soon as we received the miniatures we couldn’t resist and thus placed them on one of our “3D Bases”.
The overall result is just great, they do fit perfectly!
We are sure Zealot’s new Kickstarter will be yet another success.

To know more about it go directly on the Kickstarter page of Zealot Miniatures.

Cheers from Lorenzo & David

Here we go again!

Hi to everyone.
It’s been nearly a year I didn’t publish anything or give any news.
I must admit 2017 and a good part of 2018 was quite harsh, and I can say, even dramatic, for me.
I don’t want however to bore you with tedious explanations.
Now, we’re at the start of October and I can say that these last 2 years are behind me, with a somewhat positive outcome.
I am not speaking of the overall’s company outcome, but the health one.
I never lost my positive thinking, which allowed me in the past to overcome many difficulties.
So to happy thinking and to excellent surgeons it is!
In this year of silence even the work helped me a lot.
It allowed me to go forward and project a lot of cool stuff we will publish in the future.
Keep your mind busy is the best of medicines, I can assure you.
The next medicine is keep in contact with people.
And indeed the first article we will write again is dedicated to a long-time collaboration which has been going on for years now.
Big thanks to all of you who follow my blog, and to all who were close to me in this last difficult period.

Until next, Lorenzo.

3D bases and Forgotten Halls

Update 18 – Forgotten Halls – New accessories shown at Essen!

Hi to everyone.

Back from Essen, where David presented in a first sneak peak some of the accessories which will be added as Stretch Goals in our next Forgotten Hall KS campaign.
Not everyone could be there however, so we’ve decided to show you what it was about. 🙂

What you will see will allow you to increase tenfold the possibilities and potentialities of your dungeons, buildings, castles, and towers created with our product!!!

We are talking about Stone Stairs.
Now you are surely thinking “but didn’t MHW already showed those in the box Eerie Silence ?”
In a way we did, but the one we’re unveiling now is much more narrow, allowing you to use them even in corridors without blocking the way!
Of course, those new stairs will still allow 25mm wide base miniatures to be put on the steps, without any issue!

This is a simple idea, but with enormous potential.
With a bigger stair, you can go up and down, but if put inside a corridor, you have no choice but to use the stairs.
Here with the more narrow stairs, you can decide if to use the stairs, or proceed forward.
Imagine your soldiers invading a castle and fighting on a corridor, some of them trying to fend off the enemy soldiers coming down from above (from the stairs) while the rest just continue on the side, towards the door at the end of the corridor, where the throne room and the opposing ruler with his king guards awaits.

There are countless uses for this new piece, and we’re sure you’ll find a lot on your own!
More narrow and sleek pieces make up also for an even more beautiful scene.

Of course, to complete the piece, you will need also some new floors and new balustrades.

You can go further …
Just combine big and small stairs, for amazing results!
Here the big stairs are used to create huge pathways while the smaller ones are used to move inside the corridors!

Miniatures by Games Workshop

Until next, Lorenzo & David

We move to new stand “H122” in Essen!!!

Hello everyone.

David from Essen informs us, that from Stand J118 moved
at the new stand H122 always in Hall 6.

Definitely a better stand. 🙂

For the lucky ones who are in Essen, they will be able to see and talk to David about the Forgotten Halls project.

For all the others, a couple of images quickly sent by David.
Many other pictures still in the coming days

All the best. Lorenzo

3D Bases: worked by backers!

Hi everyone!
Today we want to show you some painted made by our backers on our Kickstarter “3D Bases”

The first link is a tutorial made about how to paint and give some finishing touches to our Stone slabs and Transitions C/R bases.
It’s made by JerzyK on the blog chestofcolors.com
Excellent painting, really, and nicely explained.

The next link is also an article of JerzyK, about a more complex 3D base. He is indeed working on the Broken Column, which isn’t more or less flat like the previous bases, but with quite a tridimensional relief and landscape.
Even here, Jerzy manages to explain very smoothly and nicely how to paint it.

Thanks to Jerzy for sharing this very well done work with us!

The last image is about a picture posted on our 3D Bases Facebook page by Ulrich Ilg, another backer.

We must say we are also very impressed with the result, he pained and added quite some stuff on the whole Cloister section of the Abbey.
Excellent work indeed!

Don’t hesitate to post other pictures and tutorials about your work on our 3D Bases!
We love them and can’t wait to see more.
Thanks in advance for all your love!

Until next, Lorenzo & David

Real Game FX Kickstarter last 3 final days!

Our friends at Real Game FX are doing well on their Fog Monster Kickstarter, and are cruising towards a 200% funding!

Don’t let this opportunity escape your table!
Having Fog swarming your gaming table and terrains makes for an incredible experience.

With the Stretch Goals being unlocked, you can now have a complete Fog Work Pipe Pack system to deliver the fog anywhere on your table.

Most recently, they also unlocked their splendid Light Box Add-ons!
Light adds a whole new dimension to foggy atmospheres, and they can be put anywhere, and remote controlled easily, with even changes of colors by just pressing a button on your remote.

 

Other Light Pods are available, which can be used for dramatic effects too, also in the Dark Crypt.

This and much more on their Kickstarter page.

Regards, Lorenzo & David

RealGameFX Fog Monster Kickstarter Launched!!!

RealGameFX have launched its awesome Fog Monster Kickstarter

The project is simple, but mind-blowing. By participating in their Kickstarter, you will be able to add a Fog effect to all your gaming terrains with ease, for a complete different immersive result!
Check this video!

The Kickstarter will feature 2 main pledges:
The Fog Monster pledge and the Dark Crypt pledge, both will allow you to swarm your terrain and miniatures with a rolling and billowing fog!

And yes, as you can see, the Dark Crypt was developed by Manorhouse Workshop, as a start of a beautiful collaboration.
There is much more to be seen and offered in RealGameFX’s Kickstarter.

Lorenzo & David.

 

Update 16 – Hard Plastic – Forgotten Halls Teaser Video!!!

To all Forgotten Halls fans and followers out there, we have some news for you.
After our last article, where we showed a sneak peak of our 2 boxes. (FH: Beyond the Door and FH: Eerie Silence)

We are showing you our Promotional Kickstarter Video.
Get ready and brace yourself!

Graphic design – video by: Fabio “Jacknife” Paulotto

This 1:00 video shows just few of the great characteristics of Forgotten Halls and present also new frontiers and gems never seen before on our FH page.
Can you spot them ?

Don’t hesitate to share the word and the video around to your friends. The next months are going to be hectic!

Lorenzo & David