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  1. Great fit for all post-apo games and TTRPG and already funded. Check it out! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/pharaohsworkshop/wasteland-container-house-3-pay-what-you-want?ref=8n04ou
  2. Hey folks! We're super excited to share the next exciting chapter of Flatline City! Flatline City: Second Wave is a HUGE new, city building terrain set with a core set of 110+ city building models. This anticipated expansion to Flatline City can be used as standalone terrain or combined with the original Kickstarter release for incredible modular city building. As requested by the community, this set includes a huge range of upgrades and features that compliment and expand the original Flatline City terrain series. There are 330+ additional models available as stretch goals and more to be added as they all unlock! You can follow the project here. [url]https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/saucermenstudios/flatline-city-second-wave[/url] 1844245839_FlatlineCombined-Infinity(coloured).mp4
  3. Another one from Crippled God Foundry, focusing on ruined terrain (with non-ruins as a future stretch goal) and more creepy Undead and graveyard dwellers. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/crippledgodfoundry/ruins-of-hollow-hills/description “Ruins of Hollow Hills” is a collection of Fantasy Ruined Buildings, Thematic Scenery Pieces and Miniatures as 3D Printable Files for Resin and FDM printing. All the buildings, scenery and miniatures from this campaign are designed for tabletop role play, skirmish games, wargames of 28-32 miniature scale or for use with your scale model projects! All the Buildings, Scenery & Miniatures from this Campaign are 3D PRINTABLE FILES ONLY! This means that you have to print the miniatures in a Resin or FDM 3D Printer . In the picture below you can see all the buildings, terrain pieces & miniatures included in the Core Set: They also have add-ons with STLs from their previous projects as well as their ended Monstrober promotions.
  4. Last Sword Miniatures is adding an Elven Army to their ranks. It also comes with some terrain. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/lastsword/elven-lords-the-tree-kin?ref=recommendation-projectpage-footer-3
  5. This is a "pay what you want" campaign. So give a $1, give $20, it's all up to you. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/caledoniaminiatures/fantasy-house-2-3d-printable-stl-files-pay-what-you-want?ref=recommendation-projectpage-footer-2
  6. Auberon

    Jalissa

    This is a very small KS for a female figure. The stretch goals basically consisted of taking her clothes off. She has no secrets left to hide. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/female-miniatures/female-miniatures-for-3d-printing-jalissa?ref=recommendation-projectpage-footer-1
  7. There were some KS that I browsed into the other day. I didn't see them posted here yet, but I didn't look super hard either. Apologies to a mod if they have to merge some threads. First up, Printomancer is taking some models they have previously released and making busts. The full figures are available as add-ons. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/printomancer/fantasy-busts-and-miniatures-stl-files-3d-models
  8. A small set of figures and a coach. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/taintedsaintminis/high-noon-quality-wild-west-miniatures?ref=recommendation-projectpage-footer-4
  9. These minis are twisted. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/voidrealmminis/curse-of-the-spiral?ref=recommendation-projectpage-footer-3
  10. Useful for wargamers, this KS is a set of scatter terrain. There are 12 terrain pieces and a cobblestone road. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nirmalas3d/nma-scatter-scenes?ref=recommendation-projectpage-footer-2
  11. Here we have a set of post-apocalyptic survivors. You have some choices here (physical/digital) on how you want them. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/orzolstudio/post-apocalyptic-miniatures-resin-metal-and-stl-files?ref=recommendation-projectpage-footer-4
  12. EDIT: Oops, this is one I didn't mean to post as I did see a thread for it. Do you need a fortress? https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/decoquestworkshop/the-grimness-fortress?ref=recommendation-projectpage-footer-4
  13. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mojibakeminiatures/lore-of-the-nile Mojibake quit Patreon and it appears they've decided to go the KS route. This is for 5 statues with their corresponding busts as stretch goals.
  14. Flatline City is launching in a few weeks! Get on the pre-launch list at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/saucermenstudios/flatline-city Flatline City is a feature packed, customisable terrain system with modular buildings, walkways, slum stacks, twisting pipelines, underground tunnels and miniatures bases. There are hundreds of urban & industrial components! With a huge choice of models, you can customise the layout to match your theme and story driven campaigns. Decide whether to create a bustling dystopian metropolis, wasteland Mega City, off world colony, industrial district, night market, gothic sanctuary or winding sewer system. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/saucermenstudios/flatline-city
  15. So finally, after many years of wanting one, I got a 3D printer for Christmas this year. This has much to do with the ever decreasing cost of them, especially the Creality Ender 3, which is what I got. This isn't so much about set up or using the printer (other than to say that Tom from Fat Dragon Games and his Tomb of 3D Printed Horrors made the whole process so so easy, his instructional videos on the Ender 3 made it all easy, and his Cura setup files for printing minis worked for me straight away) but the minis stuff I'm printing and (hopefully) painting. So, got the printer set up yesterday before going to a friend's for supper. Later got the bed leveled (ish) and printed off one of the free models Fat Dragon gave away this year with their newsletter. I used the stock print bed cover for this and it really stuck on quite hard. I later snapped the head off the halberd trying to get it off. Eventually had to heat the bed up to get it to come off. So this morning I switched the the glass bed I'd ordered with it and got that all leveled. Tested it out with another FDG skelly. Nova Corps colour scheme test guy included for scale (he was the only thing within easy reach). I'm looking forward to cleaning these up, slapping some primer on them and seeing how they paint, but expect that will be a few days. FYI, these skellies print out in a little over an hour. Now on to something a bit more complicated, to see how it comes out. This should make a 65mm talk bipedal "chicken tank". Design by Radek Szczepanczyk, available on MyMiniFactory for free. This will take about 8 hours to print.
  16. Hello people! i would like to share with you an upcoming Kickstarter campaign that will start on April 20 and last until May 10. This is the preview page https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/joygamesinteractive/the-holy-roman-empire?ref=d1ay07&token=6758305e As the title says, it will offer Rank & file 3d printable models to make an Imperial Army (15-16th century Germany/Holy Roman Empire), including chracters, commanders, and special troops/artillery The main pledge of $30 usd, gives 63 models (core units). As add-ons, at 75% off (compared to webstore prices), there will be sets of models (from previous releases in the patreon) and scenery. The base pledge: There will be some freebies stretch goals, and other payed, Like ogres mercenaries(x3), Giant, volley gun, heavy arquebusier/sharpshooter, and moarrr!
  17. Hi everyone, I'm almost running out of prep/primed minis so, I'm preparing some more. I recently painted a Dark Dwarf Striker and like the model so much I decided to paint the other models. Also, I wanted to convert an enlarged model to make it look more like the Striker instead of the Smiter. I made a 3D model of the hammer head and 3D printed it. Here are some pictures of my advancement so far.
  18. I have condition markers, and other markers numbered 1-20 for monsters/enemies, etc. I want to do these on my Mars, but I don't know if they should be printed flat, or at the "suggested" 30 degree incline. If they should be done inclined, how light or heavy, should I do supports? Any help or suggestions are appreciated. Edit: Tried printing the marker flat on the build plate - nothing was printed. So, now trying parallel to the bed, but with supports Reverend Shartan
  19. Here is my tortle monk printed on an inexpensive resin printer.
  20. Figured I'd put together one big thread of my recently finished 3D prints. Everything was printed on an Elegoo Mars. Titan Behemoth from Duncan Shadow Louca: Cyclops Behemoth, also from Duncan Shadow Louca: A scale shot of those two, with Sir Forscale and a not-Johann the Running Man as my plastic one is broken: Which leads into: "You don't STINK like a peasant." "You don't DRESS like a peasant." "And you're definitely not ON FIRE like a peasant." Fleeing Peasants off Thingiverse: "So yeah, the treasure chest gets up and decks you." Brawler Mimics off Thingiverse: Vapour Snakes off Thingiverse: Spell Effects from Vae Victis: Cook, also from Vae Victis: Angry Barmaid, from Titan Forge Urd, from The Lost Dragons
  21. So, first off, sorry if this is in the wrong category. Wasn’t sure which one to put it in, so.... Here it is. As I’ve been painting for a while, the thought of “hey, maybe I should print my own minis” popped into my head. I pursued this thought a while, and then determined that yeah, I should probably go ask the professionals. So, here I am, rapid-firing questions like a nitwit. First of all, what are some of the pros and cons? It would seem that it’d be cheaper in the long haul, but don’t you have to buy the 3D model as well? (But MF, you could finally make those minis you’ve made in your spare time on Hero Forge.......)... What are some of y’all’s pros and cons? Second off, what printer? From my research, it seems that resin provides the most detail, but is more expensive, so I’d like to avoid it if at all possible. I’ve heard that the Creality Ender 3 seems to be best for the rookie on a budget (which I am in the largest sense of the word), but is it really? Lastly, is it actually worth it in the end? In both the regards of pleasure with the final product and economically? All thoughts and advice is needed and appreciated! Thanks, all!
  22. Hey look, yet another Jasper topic..... But this one is different (I hope). I actually have a time frame in mind, to get this finished before the end of 2020, and submitted for the annual diorama contest. I love dioramas, and I've been pretty happy with the few I've made. BUT I always put off getting started and then end up rushing over Christmas to get everything done. So this year I'm starting in January (if just barely) so that I will hopefully get some stuff done before December. I've had the idea for this diorama since the very first moment I saw my first "sneak preview" of Khanjira (that would have been approximately Fri, Oct 25, 2013, 7:57 PM ADT, according to when I got the email from Kickstarter). My first though was something like "What a beast! Imagine if he was fighting something from a smaller scale, like CAV...." So that has been bouncing around in my head ever since. Then I was messaging with @Pochi a few weeks ago about the contests and got talking about dioramas, and I mentioned this idea, and she said I HAD to do it.....so here we are. Basic concept is the classic Kaiju attacking a future city harbour. CAVs (any or all of tanks, vehicles, mechs, infantry, maybe even aircraft) defending. (I briefly considered going even smaller scale as I have quite a bit of 6mm stuff too, but CAVs are easier to work with, I have about a billion of them, and they are awesome). Today was a beginning. I grabbed some stuff and laid it out just to get an idea of a size I'm going to want. Obviously I just grabbed what was handy to get some scale. Khanjira is represented by my 7 days Khanjira (handy, that ). I plan to try to get him a little more upright, since he won't be on his base and at least his front foot will be "under water". With his pose (which I don't think I have the skill or know how to adjust too much) I'm thinking maybe an elevated highway that he has just crushed to be what his right leg is on. That or a boat of some sort....we'll see. The box is just a reference for the land, glasses are just some buildings. I'm picturing something similar to the Halifax waterfront with boardwalks or something and docks/jetties (the grey upside down drawer represents) and then big buildings. Army will be in place along the waterfront, so some barricades and stuff. Possibly a trench of energy blasted ruin from the "breath weapon" if I think I can pull that off. Again, we'll see. So just from the mock up, this is going to be fairly massive...like approaching 2 foot kind of dimensions Not something I would do if I was following advice on building award winning dioramas, but then that's not what I'm focusing on. I just want to make the image in my mind a reality, and I'm using the contest deadline to hopefully focus me. I'm also going to have to learn to do a bunch of new stuff for this, which should be fun! Step one will be to dig out my other Khanjira and start cleaning up up. And decide on what I'm going to use for a base for this thing.....
  23. I figured I'd do one mega-gallery of the first of my resin 3D printed miniatures. All are done on an Elegoo Mars. Oni Kyojin from Artisan Guild. My first printed, as they were pre-supported. Rangers of Shadow Deep: Incinerator left me with a hankering for an old-school Ogre. This guy is not really a Heroquest Ogre but a 3D print from a scan of one. Demihuman Zombies from DuncanShadow: Kobolds from DuncanShadow: Warforged from Fabio Schizzo: Orcs from Artisan Guild: An assorted collection from The Lost Dragons Kickstarter. A Dragonborn Paladin and High Elf Druid representing my sister in law and her husband's characters for our Storm King's Thunder campaign from said assortment:
  24. I had a couple of merchant ships 3d printed for me and while I was at it I thought I would paint up the merchant ships I have from the old Firestorm Armada game. So from Battlefleet Gothic we have 2 general merchants 3 container transports 4 gas transports The 3d printing is a little too obvious for my tastes in the ship and there were just too many details for sanding or filling. I would have liked the print to be finer but this was the first time, we can see what happens in the future. Overall it was fun to rip apart all the supports and see the ship show up underneath. I am happy with the results and they will make a nice little convoy to protect for scenerios in either BFG or Firestorm or any of the other space combat games out there. From firestorm armada we have 2 luxury liners 2 cargo transports 1 gas mining and refinery ship. hope you like them
  25. Has anyone tried stripping paint from a photo resin miniature? I have one that I... well I messed up on it and It's not really salvageable now unless I can get the paint off. I've heard Simple Green is safe-ish for regular resin (I have read stories of softening and becoming more brittle after re-hardening), but I am not sure if photo resin would be any different. Are there any other cleaners that I might try or should I just dunk it in Simple Green and hope for the best?
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