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Jenni McInnes from Canberra Australia has cast the spell of Shape Foam Core and brought the Japanese Castle into the third dimension.

I was so blown away when I saw the castle brought to life in this way that I immediately shared it with my D&D group, who only recently succeeded in infiltrating and defeating the Castle lord in our game.

I could have really used this model then! It would have done wonders for immersion and tactical decision making. I hope that it will do as much for those of you who run this encounter in the future. 🙂

Feel free to post pictures of my INCREDIBLY dodgy model. It was made with colour prints foam core and UHU glue stick in an evening. I made it small to be the centre piece of a World Of Dew samurai noir city map for a RPG.

Jenni McInnes, Foam Core Wizard

Thank you for sharing, Jenni! It always makes my day to see the maps and assets I make being enjoyed in so many ways.

If you would like to download the Japanese Castle battle map, you can find them below:

Download the Japanese Castle Battle Maps

–And if you have your own photos you would like to share, please reach out to me! You can email me at 2minutetabletop {at} gmail {dot} com, or you can find me on social media:

I would love to start posting things more regularly to this Community Gallery, so please don’t be shy. 🙂

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Ross McConnell

DM, aspiring artist, and founder of 2-Minute Tabletop! I love drawing, writing, and worldbuilding, and this is the website where all of it comes together.

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