Greywolf's Daguerrotypes of Wonderland
Daguerrotypes of Wonderland
    Here are photographs of scenery and miniatures created for sessions of Savage Worlds, using the Wonderland No More setting, taken by Jordan Peacock.

Last Updated: June 7th, 2012.

 

 
  Reaper: Alice and White Rabbit Chronoscope - Alice & White Rabbit
Painted Reaper miniatures (#50209), slightly modified. (From my Google+ Wonderland Gallery.) (24 May 2012.)
 
  Toymaker's House Toymaker's House
Scenery for a Wonderland scenario at Necronomicon 2011, featuring a house full of dangerous toys. (23 Oct 2011.)
 
  Custom Wonderland Bennies Custom Wonderland Bennies
Gold-painted plastic poker chips with printed circular self-adhesive labels. (14 Oct 2011.)
 
  Prototype Card Ship Prototype Card Ship
A quick "card ship" I made for Necronomicon with printed cardstock and foam insulation board, dowel, and a couple of Mega Bloks pieces (to hold the masts). (12 Oct 2008.)
 
  Hunting of the Snark: The Snark Hunter Hunting of the Snark: The Snark Hunter
My first complete Wonderland adventure, loosely based on The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits, by Lewis Carroll. To represent an absurd ship with which "the bowsprit got mixed with the rudder sometimes," I took a Mega Bloks "Black Pearl" and left out the two middle sections - leaving a squat, comical ship. (15 Sep 2008.)
 
  Hunting of the Snark: Battle at Sea Hunting of the Snark: Battle at Sea
The Snark Hunter again, vs. the HMS Royal Flush (a broken Fisher Price "pirate ship" from a thrift store). The cannons are from Weapons & Warriors Pirate Battle. (15 Sep 2008.)
 
  Hunting of the Snark: The Royal Flush Hunting of the Snark: The Royal Flush
For the "Hunting of the Snark" adventure, I made a "card ship" (the HMS Royal Flush), patterned after a Pirates of the Spanish Main model. (15 Sep 2008.)
 
  Hunting of the Snark: Snark Island Hunting of the Snark: Snark Island
For the final segment of the "Hunting of the Snark" adventure, the heroes explored the infamous Snark Island. The Maniac Haberdasher rests by the tumtum tree and stands a while in uffish thought, while the Cheshire Kit, Gunflower Stan, and the Black Knight lie in ambush for the dreaded snark (which they hope is not a boojum). (15 Sep 2008.)
 
 

 

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