Hagglethorn Hollow STL Terrain Files Now On Kickstarter

June 30, 2021 by brennon

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Printable Scenery has teamed up with Johnny Fraser-Allen and the team behind the amazing Hagglethorn Hollow terrain range to hit Kickstarter once more. Their hand-crafted Fantasy terrain has now been scanned and turned into high-resolution STL Files, optimised for 3D Printing at home.

Hagglethorn Hollow STL File Collection - Printable Scenery

Hagglethorn Hollow STL File Collection // Printable Scenery

Hagglethorn Hollow did gangbusters on Kickstarter not too long ago with amazingly detailed, hand-crafted and modular terrain which was just perfect for those making Fantasy tabletops. Each piece is practically its own little work of art!

Now, Printable Scenery has come on board to share their expertise and turn these terrain pieces into STL files which you can then print at home. Not only are they offering the core selection of buildings that you'll have seen previously but a lot more too.

Hagglethorn Hollow Terrain Collection - Printable Scenery

Hagglethorn Hollow Terrain Collection // Printable Scenery

As well as a new set of stretch goals, sculpted by Johnny Fraser-Allen himself, which suit the style and aesthetic of the original range, the team are also looking to create more ruined pieces. This means you can add that additional shot of narrative into your games.

Hagglethorn Hollow Terrain Close - Printable Scenery

Hagglethorn Hollow Terrain // Printable Scenery

All the pieces they've designed work well for 28mm (or thereabout) gaming. So, if you're looking for some new terrain pieces for any game that runs from around 28mm through to 32mm then you'll be in luck. Of course, as mentioned above, the team at Printable Scenery have been doing this for a while now too. They are aware of the tips and tricks you need to create files that are easy to print at home.

Considering the fairly expensive buy-in price for the physical terrain when the original campaign launched, the chance to snag some STL files to use at home seems spot on. There were plenty of people who loved the terrain but couldn't afford to get involved.

This seems like a great venture and it'll be neat to see what else the team unlock!

"Each piece is practically its own little work of art!"

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