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Mmm hmm.

I’ve copied and pasted a quote from the projects creator that was made in the comments section in reply to a backers observation about the similarity.

 

I'd say it's very similar to the games workshop trees, I used them as my initial stylistic guide and they made a lot of great design decisions.

 

 

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These look cool. Anyone with more 3d printing experience know what the approximate cost would be (per tree) to have them printed somewhere? (Any any recommendations where to get them printed?)

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13 hours ago, Darsc Zacal said:

Mmm hmm.

I’ve copied and pasted a quote from the projects creator that was made in the comments section in reply to a backers observation about the similarity.

 

I'd say it's very similar to the games workshop trees, I used them as my initial stylistic guide and they made a lot of great design decisions.

 

 

Yeah, I'm going to stay away on the assumption that a lawsuit will ensue.

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2 hours ago, Fugazi said:

These look cool. Anyone with more 3d printing experience know what the approximate cost would be (per tree) to have them printed somewhere? (Any any recommendations where to get them printed?)

 

I'd say the cost is minimal at best. Most 3d printed items aren't the expensive as far as per item. 

 

There are places on the net that offer 3d printing. Just make a search. One I've used in the past is Archania Workshop.

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On 1/12/2019 at 5:36 PM, haldir said:

 

I'd say the cost is minimal at best. Most 3d printed items aren't the expensive as far as per item. 

 

There are places on the net that offer 3d printing. Just make a search. One I've used in the past is Archania Workshop.

Thank you.

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