Welcome to TERRAINO version 2! First let’s talk about what hasn't changed. The pieces from TERRAINO version 1 are functionally identical to the pieces in version 2. That means that...
Easy enough for Beginners. Deep enough for Pros.
Terrain for tabletop games like D&D, Pathfinder & Warhammer
TERRAINO is the perfect tabletop terrain for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder, Warhammer and any other games that use standard 28 millimeter miniatures.
Already have some tabletop terrain? Maybe some wargaming or D&D terrain? TERRAINO will work with that too.
Easy to Learn Techniques
For most TERRAINO pieces, you just trace from the included TERRAINO templates, then glue pieces together and paint. Here's how easy it is to make TERRAINO dungeon walls.
The TERRAINO manuals and their accompanying templates, tools, textures and tutorial videos take you step by step through making all the pieces you'll need for a great tabletop terrain set for your roleplaying or war games.
Designed to be Inexpensive
TERRAINO tabletop terrain pieces are super cheap because they're made with super cheap tools (just a hot glue gun, ruler and utility knife) and super cheap supplies (dollar foamboard, craft paints and wood glue). This means you can build hundreds - thousands even - of TERRAINO pieces and barely dent your wallet.
D&D terrain and other terrain solutions are often expensive meaning that most people will never be able to afford enough pieces for a great, usable set.
Durable and Long Lasting
Despite their low cost, TERRAINO pieces are durable and long lasting. This is because the foam interior of the pieces is reinforced with a paint and glue mixture that fuses the foam components together making them much tougher.
Standardized, LEGO-Like Pieces
TERRAINO pieces are standardized. That means, the pieces you build today will work with the pieces you built months or even years ago.
They'll also work with pieces your friends build. Combine your TERRAINO set with others for a MEGA TERRAINO set! :D
The templates and proprietary tools that are included with the TERRAINO Manuals are what ensure that the TERRAINO pieces you build will be the right size from the first piece you build to the last.
Use Your Existing Crafting Skills
Already a pro at tabletop terrain crafting? It's easy to take your crafting skills and apply them to TERRAINO pieces.
Once you learn to make the TERRAINO pieces, the sky’s the limit. The pieces are a blank slate for your own unique texturing and decorating ideas. You can even design new TERRAINO pieces. Here are some examples of what others have done with TERRAINO.
Step 1: Download the Terraino Construction Manuals.
Since the TERRAINO manuals are a digital download, you can get started in seconds after purchase. All the manuals are here. If you just want to get your feet wet, start with the Dungeon Starter Bundle. It includes all you'll need to learn and build the basic TERRAINO pieces.
And, don't worry, if TERRAINO turns out not to be for you, contact us within 14 days of purchase and we'll give you a quick, hassle free, no-questions-asked refund.
Step 2: Pick up some supplies.
TERRAINO uses the cheapest of materials - dollar foamboard, craft paints & glue- and the most basic of crafting tools - a hot glue gun, metal ruler and utility knife.
These are items that are available almost anywhere but, if you can't find everything locally, you can order anything you need from our Amazon store.
Step 3: Make as much TERRAINO as you want.
Don't be limited by your time or budget! Most TERRAINO pieces are less than 10 cents each and super fast to make.
Why? Because TERRAINO is designed not just to be a great terrain system but also a system that is easy to make and cheap. For more details on the TERRAINO system, check out this video.
Watch this. TERRAINO explained.
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3rd Annual TERRAINOTOBER Contest!
EvanNX's Dark Harvest submission is charming. It's complete with a story (in the captions below each image) of a clueless band of heroes walking enthusiastically to their doom. A commentary...
Mattimeo (also known as Travis Searles) was last year's Terrainotober winner (check out his winning entry here). Clearly he's upped his game this year having designed multiple new, great looking...
MadRose's submission for this year's Terrainotober challenge is downright gorgeous! He's really made Terraino his own, with beautifully rendered and painted stone textures and great looking roofs complete with a custom...