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Game Decor has partnered with a very talented 3D artist under the banner of “DungeonWorks” and has lauched a Kickstarter for a new line of high resolution 3D printer files for modular dungeons and accessories. There are currently 3 lines of models with a total of 7 uniquely themed dungeons containing over 400 models planned for release. The first line consists of locations of classic encounters, such as the gothic stone dungeon, the dank caverns, and the half timbered town, all of which is easily compatible among the majority of fantasy settings. The second line is inspired by iconic computer based dungeon crawling role playing games where legendary settings are yours to design. The third line is driven by a high fantasy setting with tales of epic proportions. Several more themes and expansions for each line are planned to be released afterwards.
We are live now on Kickstarter
A little info about the 3 lines
“Classic Encounters” includes all your generic, classic settings. Basic dungeon, taverns, caves, city streets.
“Vintage Vault” is about recreating those classic video games and even board games. Everything in the game is recreated here in tile form. Relive the adventures of old or create new ones.
“Lost Realms” are deluxe sets. They're created just like a D&D module. There is an adventure theme already set out for a DM to build upon. So, these sets are heavily themed for instant adventuring.
One thing unique about my series is that all the dungeons come with a detailed center piece entrance to really set the mood for a might adventure.
I'd really like some feedback on what players and DMs would like to see. I've been in the RPG hobby since childhood and created a lot of this from a players perspective. I have around 200 free rewards to give out during the KS, but I'd really like to hear from you for more ideas.
Please note, these are NOT Openlock models. This project has been in the works for more than a year, well before openlock was even released.
Comet Lord Miniatures is making it's first series of monstrous miniatures for your tabletop games.
The Eye Sovereign that views beholders as mere slaves to carry out its ill will? A mimic able to disguise itself as a regular sized chest as it waits to burst out and devour an unlucky adventurer whole?
Comet Lord Miniatures is seeking to fund the production of its first line of miniatures through this Kickstarter campaign.
This campaign will start with 2 miniatures including 'The Giant Mimic' and 'The Eye Sovereign'. Hopefully we'll expand this into a full series of miniatures through some stretch goals!
All miniatures require assembly and will be shipped unpainted.
Each of the miniatures will be made from high quality resin. The core miniatures for this campaign are both 'large sized' creatures and they are compatible with most 28mm scale tabletop map products. Turntable renders of the core miniatures
BASE SYSTEM ROOTS
When I moved from hex map to miniature rules gaming, I struggled to find any decent affordable scenery.
Thus I decided to make some myself. These were sold online under the name of Mechanized Designworks. I found many other people liked them.
This led to my decision to make an entire range accessible to the public through DFA, in the form of the BASE System. With your support DFA intends to create the largest range of affordable, high quality modular 6mm scale scenery and buildings. With your continued support, the range has scope to expand indefinitely.
BASE System sections will be made from 3D printed design originals. Each section will be individually hand-finished before casting in resin, creating a high-quality finish suitable for your choice of model paint.
BASE SYSTEM CORE
BASE Systems are modular.
Example BASE System layout with stand-alone buildings There are many buildings, from stand-alone structures and themed sets, to totally modular sets that allow players to build a base as big or small as they wish. A host of new building designs and base layouts can be created by simply repositioning individual sections; while the same parts can be endlessly reconfigured to provide new vistas for each game.
If you're looking to build a small outpost or firebase or a big planetary command centre for your games, BASE has you covered. Best of all: because BASE System is modular, you can take it apart and redesign it when setting up your next game.
Infinite possibilities and configurations await with BASE.
Example of a large BASE system layout using modular parts BASE SYSTEM VISUAL
BASE offers a uniform look and feel across sets in the range.
While each module in a set is interchangeable, it will still conform to the overall chosen appearance of your tabletop. In addition, you can make sets look entirely different, yet cohesive, with a few additional components in different paint livery.
EVOLVING YOUR BASE SYSTEM
Start small and go large … or start big.
Example of a small BASE System layout The choice is yours. The BASE System is available in box sets and individual components. You can evolve your BASE System at your own speed by adding components or sets as and when it suits you. (To help get you started with this, you will also receive two of some buildings at specific pledge levels.)
Fire Control and HQ buildings
The Repair Bay contains 2 rigs, allowing you to switch between closed and open during your games.
The Geodesic Dome will feature a clear resin casting,allowing you to create features inside the structure.
The Class A Interstellar Communications set is just the first modular BASE system we hope to produce.
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