There is another offering on Kickstarter for some incredible 3D printable terrain. This time from Thunder Chrome.
Printable Scenery is coming to the end of the most recent Kickstarter campaign which promises some incredible 3D printable terrain.
Printable Scenery is going to Kickstarter soon to get help to expand their Rampage Terrain System.
Fat Dragon Games has announced an exciting upgrade to their Dragonlock Terrain System.
Fat Dragon Games new Kickstarter Dragonlock 2 has some new add-ons that will make any game table special.
Now you can print your own beautifully detailed, modular, 28mm fantasy terrain on your 3D printer with the latest Kickstarter from Fat Dragon Games. Their Dragonlock 2: Fantasy Village Terrain For 3D Printers has already smashed through their funding goal.
If you’re fortunate enough to have a 3D printer, or have access to one, the fine fellows at Printablescenery.com have a great Kickstarter running, making lovely terrain available for gamers. The WINTERDALE: Medieval Fantasy Citadel Collection For 28mm is full of great pieces to bring your fantasy town to life.
We’re talking 3D Printing &
Laser Cutting with Killian
and pondering on the future
of Horus Heresy With
Games Workshop and
those new plastic models.
Could we see a use for Computational Hydrographic Printing within the market of tabletop gaming? Find out about the process within and let us know your thoughts on how it could be used.
See what you think of this new project coming to Kickstarter soon where Imagine 3D Miniatures will take your ideas for Mounted Heroes and make them a reality.
In the final part of this series on 3D Printing For Wargaming community member herrigold talks us through some of the key tips and tricks for the medium. Read more within and maybe share your own tips too!
We now get to the business end of all this terrain building in herrigold’s series on 3D Printing for Wargaming. In this part he’ll take you through both building and setting up a piece to print with some tips along the way.
In the second part of this series on 3D
Printing For Wargaming community
member herrigold takes a look at the
problems you can encounter when
starting out in this new and burgeoning
part of the hobby.