I organized my gaming stuff today. Since I'm playing some 2e these days, I have my dice, screen, FR materials and rulebooks at the ready. I was struck at how worn the books are. Like me, they are not in their prime.
In this cabinet are some terrain pieces I built. There is a ruined village, a ship. some trees I based, rocks and a few purchased pieces. These used to be boxed up, which was very inconvenient.
It's hard to see, but here are my three boxes of Dwarven Forge pieces from the caverns line. I use these the most. They look so great and it's nice to have easy access to them.
More DF, this time pieces from the room and passage and wicked addition sets.
The medieval building line from Dwarven Forge is so good. I get a lot of mileage out of these pieces. Anything you put together with them looks great.
This drawer contains a few random pieces.
This drawer has all of my large-ish D&D minis. A lot of slaughter has come from here!
I bagged my other minis by theme - orcs, goblins, fighters, wizards, etc. It makes it easy to grab them before play when I am setting up.
These are my Miniature Building Authority models. I love their work so much. I have tried to pick up one or two a year for the past eight years. They are rather expensive, so I ask for them as gifts for birthdays or Christmas.
Well, there it is. My organizational efforts for the day!