March To War With 3DBreed’s New World War II Kickstarter

June 10, 2021 by brennon

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3DBreed Miniatures are back on Kickstarter with another of their 3D Printing campaigns. This time around they are back in World War II with a Historical project, Europe In Flames.

March To Hell WWII - 3DBreed Miniatures

March To Hell WWII // 3DBreed Miniatures

Europe In Flames is a new campaign that offers up a set of troops, vehicles and terrain in 15mm and 28mm that you can print off at home. Much like their existing collections, there is a very distinct style to the miniatures from 3DBreed which veers a little towards the heroic in proportion.

US Soldiers - 3DBreed Miniatures

US Soldiers // 3DBreed Miniatures

The miniatures here have been painted by the talented hand of Nacho Ladrón de Guevara and show off just what you get once you've printed them off and slapped some paint on them. I really like the look of them, especially as someone who has very much been inspired by that "Action Comics" style for World War II.

German Soldiers - 3DBreed Miniatures

German Soldiers // 3DBreed Miniatures

As mentioned before, these miniatures are available in both 15mm and 28mm for you to print off at home alongside a mass of other vehicles and terrain. Here is the main pledge for the Kickstarter which offers up a lot of components for you to play around with.

Europe In Flames Pledge - 3DBreed Miniatures

Europe In Flames Pledge // 3DBreed Miniatures

A lot has already been unlocked for this campaign beyond what you see here. I really like that the core of this collection is focused around that initial D-Day invasion but it also features plenty of miniatures for those pushing off the beaches and battling through Normandy too.

The team at 3DBreed has been working away on more US, British and Germans, more than I can list here. It is well worth checking out the Kickstarter for all of the additional information!

Are you going to be snapping these STL Files up?

"I really like the look of them, especially as someone who has very much been inspired by that "Action Comics" style for World War II..."

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