Monday, 22 April 2019

D&D: Carrion Crawlers

A little while ago I played in a game of D&D where Carrion Crawlers made a bit of a nuisance of themselves and I liked that, so I thought I would have a go at creating a few from corks and card, a glue gun and some GS for the details.

I cut and angled the corks securing them to the card base (cat food box card) then created the ridges with more hot glue.

When the glue had set, I did multiple gluings to build up the ridges, I made up some GS and made all the teeth/fangs I would need. Waited for them to set and then mixed more GS for the mouth and eyes.

Then I pushed the teeth into the mouth area and balled up the GS into little "balls" and stuck them to the..... head?

I worked around the edges of the mouth after the teeth were pushed into place, put a bit more hot glue on the base and that was it really.

Painting next, when I get an opportunity.

I really enjoyed making these and have been scouring the Monster Book to see which other monsters I could possibly make for nothing except time.


  1. Wow!

    corks, hot glue, and GS have never been so well combined.

    1. Well thank you very much Lasgunpacker, much appreciated :-)

  2. I FREAKING love these!!!!!!

  3. Marvelous creations Darryl, you fooled me at first glance as these are very close to the one from Reaper Bones.