OpenForge 2.0 Mausoleum
by devonjones, published
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I designed this mausoleum for Frostgrave (specifically for the scenario "The Mausoleum" which requires a small square or rectangular building at least 6 inches on a side with a door on each of the 4 sides. I ran into another person's treatment of the specific building I modeled this after, the Moorhead Mausoleum. The building was perfect, but the designs were not publicly available. This building can be used for any fantasy gaming purpose, not just Frostgrave. My design comes with the ability to insert either doors or windows (like the real building) in any of the 4 cardinal sides.
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How I Designed This
I got the idea for this piece from a very similar piece based off the same real world mausoleum. It was published in the lead adventurers forum by TabletopToReign. I found the inspiration, the Morehead Mausoleum in Allegheny Cemetary, Pittsburgh. I gave the mausoleum my own spin on it.
Moorhead Mausoleum History
The Moorhead Mausoleum, which has underground crypts, was surely the grandest tomb in the Cemetery before the construction of the Ford mausoleum (Section 1) three decades later. It stood in splendid isolation, surrounded by a heavy stone fence as Gothic as itself. The style has an unusual fantasy about it, almost as if some imperial tent had been reproduced in sandstone. The Moorhead for whom this mausoleum was built appears to have been James Kennedy Moorhead, d. 1884, a Corporator of the Cemetery who was a Pennsylvania Canal operator, builder of engineering works, and president of the Monongahela Navigation Company, which canalized the river of that name. (from Allegheny Cemetery)
Painting and Construction
3d printed parts
- Entrance 1 (4x) (print with the top face down for best results
- Entrance 2 (4x)
- Entrance 3 (8x)
- Mausoleum Wall (4x)
- 4 doors or windows, any mix you prefer
- Brown primer (I use Krylon Fusion Ultra Flat Camouflage)
- Burnt Sienna (Americana)
- Raw Sienna (Americana)
- Honey Brown (Americana)
- Fawn (Americana)
- Desert Sand (Americana)
- Sepia Wash (Vallejo Game Color)
- Umber Wash (Vallejo Game Color)
- Black Wash (Vallejo Game Color)
- Adamantine Black (Reaper Master Series)
- Old Pewter (Reaper Master Series)
- Old Bronze (Reaper Master Series)
- Spruce Green (Reaper Master Series HD)
- Sapphire Blue (Reaper Master Series)
- Liquitex Matte Medium
- 1.75 mm filament, 8 short lengths about 3/4"
- Cyanoacrylate glue (super glue)
- Dec 13, 2017 - Terrain4print fixed up some bad geometry in Entrance_1.stl, thanks!
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