Final 42 Hours for Rocket Pig Games’ Monstrous Kickstarter

November 18, 2019 by avernos

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If you are a fan of the 3D print side of the hobby and are into your fantasy gaming or roleplaying with miniatures then here is a Kickstarter you should seriously take a look at and you'll have to be quick if you want to grab it as there will be no pledge manager. Rocket Pig Games is moving into the final two days of it's Kickstarter.

not tiamat

This Kickstarter is for the STL files for a range of monsters that will look very familiar to anyone who as delved into a dungeon, or fought a dragon. The Monster Miniatures kickstarter has been blowing through stretch goals and adding more and more of the cantankerous beasts to the roster.

* As of now we are up to 102 models + 8 Patreon Bonus Miniatures (at the $90 All-In Huntsman Reward Level.) This means you're getting all of these Standard and Deluxe Sized miniatures for ONLY  cents each! They are all completely unique (no re-poses) and support-free.

reptiles

The Kickstarter is split into 4 bundles, Undead, Fiends, Dragonkin, and Trolls and Giants. and as you can see from the Dragonkin set above they are a beautiful set of sculpts that full utilise the benefits of a 3D printer with intricate curls and positioning you are unlikely to see from traditional manufacturing.

celestial

This ball of a celestial dragon shows off beautifully what can be achieved and would grace any table, and at only 6" wide is one of the more modest dragons.

giants

My favourite collection has got to be the Trolls and Giants collection though. They all have a bundle of character from the regular to the absurd and the downright weird. Every one is crying out for a chance to be painted, I'm thoroughly blown away by this collection and I'm only surprised that I haven't heard of it before now. So sorry for the short notice but if you fancy grabbing some monstrous beasts for your tabletop the clock is ticking!

gorilla

Dear Murder Hobos, please note this gentleman is married and you should take a long hard look at yourselves in the mirror for widowing his wife!

Tick tock tick tock!

"hey are a beautiful set of sculpts that full utilise the benefits of a 3D printer with intricate curls and positioning you are unlikely to see from traditional manufacturing."

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