Dragonda – Tabletop started out as a hobby. I have always loved crafting and recently got into D&D. So I decided to surprise a friend by making a cool dice tray and some dice. He totally loved it, so I started to make more. Before I knew it, people started bombarding me with requests.
Because so many people where so enthusiastic, I thought “why don’t set something up and see where it goes”. So here I go!
The goal is to dream limitless and create a visual pleasing Dice, and maybe dice related products.
What started the Dice making?
At the end of 2019 I lost most of my sight and developed a really bad cataracts (only had 5% vision left). Since cosplay and sewing was no longer possible I was looking for other creative things to keep myself from getting creatively insane. This was the moment I started experimenting with resin and I fell in love with it, at the same time I started playing DnD with friends and enjoyed that as well. So I thought “Why not make my own dice?” Luckily on a computer everything can be scaled and “Blender” is in dark-mode, so the cataracts won’t blurred that much. This is how I started learning basic 3d design in “hard mode” and designed my first custom dice set. I pre-ordered a 3d printer and waited with patience until it arrived end 2020.
Luckily by the time the printer came in, I had my first eye surgery and got a lot of my sight back.
To this day I love making dice, some accessories, make people happy, enjoy myself with the creativity and smiles that spread.
My name is Linny, a odd one from “The Netherlands”. The creator of Dragonda – Tabletop.
Also known as “a Silly Kitty”. I’m a creative spirit that loves to create new things. Started with making original design costumes in 2008 and added cosplay to the list in 2014. Still a huge passion of mine is making custom corsets and adding a lot of details to my creations. Maybe you know some of my work from the “Fantasy & Cosplay” scene.
Doing only one thing or technique is not my thing, I like to stay creatively challenged and try something new. This is where the “dice roller-coaster” started.