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  1. I haven't been on KS in over a month, so it's time I took a look an see what there is to see. First up, Nocturna's latest. Not really my thing this time around. Necrospace: Deux Machina
  2. After the big success of Scrap Cemetery, Pharaoh's Workshop present the second part of their scrap & car themed 3d printable terrain story. Benzin is all about vehicular combat racing in the desert and therefore a perfect fit for Gaslands or Car Wars, as well as other post apo or modern themed games. Winner or Hot Frog? - That is the question at the wasteland Grand Prix! Get your entrance ticket and be notified on launch. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/pharaohsworkshop/benzin-vehicular-combat-racing-terrain-and-cars?ref=46yn8d
  3. I just launched my latest Kickstarter campaign tonight. It's a Norman style tower that can be expanded and customized with modular features and press-fit interlock walls to create several enclosed castle shapes. Thank you to those who contributed suggestions to the development of this project! Your feedback is valued and appreciated! Thanks for checking out my work. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1732408254/stonecroft-i-expandable-castle-building-system
  4. Pirates Vs Sailors - A Nightmare at Sea This one is doing pretty well, but unfortunately overlaps with a lot of stuff I already have. If you have no pirate terrain, it may be worth it. Still a few EB left.
  5. Here's a follow up projet from Infernal Miniatures, a set of Townsfolk that are fully compatible with the bandits and mercenaries from their last project, The Unlawful Bunch https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/infernalminiatures/simple-townsfolk-modular-npcs-stl-pack/description "Welcome to my 3rd Kickstarter campaign "Simple Townsfolk"! Huge thanks for your interest in this project - Hopefully this campaign can get your attention for a while! Townsfolk, commoners, civilians - or whatever you want to call them. This package is full of such models. They make great NPC's for tabletop Role Playing Games but nothing stands in your way to make player characters out of those - especially with "Simple Townsfolk" modular bodies, arms and heads. If you don't like to play around with various arms and accessories - you can just go ahead and print some of the unique premade miniatures and a head piece that fits them. Just a regular day in the city. Most of these models were made for people who like to customize their characters with different head choices, arms, accessories et cetera. Every miniature, body head and arm can be mirrored to "double" the possibilites. You can expect even more from the stretchgoals and - what's not always the case - Those models are backwards compatible with my last project - The Unlawful Bunch. ALL of the models are test printed before release! All of the models come pre-supported for 32mm scale. I've conducted some tests with 28mm scale(downsize them in your slicer to 75-85%) and these works great as well, missing only the smallest of details. Resizing them further might make supports way too thin and I wouldn't recommend that (you can easily support them yourself tho!) So, what can you expect from in the core package? 56 masculine and feminine bodies without heads and arms - fully customizable. Guard bodies have their own set of heads and arms too. 42 unique miniatures. Based on the available bodies - Those come with specifically placed arms. Still - most of them can be customized with different heads and accessories. Some sort of shady business or just a regular deal? 103 different heads. Some of those are angry, others are smiling or just talking. Different hats and helmets based on medieval iconography. In addition, I've added 23 bold head options for people who just want bald minis or like to create their own hair with greenstuff. Total: 126 heads in core package. These heads are fully compatible with "The Unlawful Bunch" bodies and vice versa. Dozens of masculine and feminine arms in different positions, with various items/weapons. Some of those arms will let you create different kind of professions alltogether - Would you like your blacksmith in Nobleman clothes? Not a problem. Some professions might not have their own body type, but in most cases you will find a set of arms that will complete the picture with any other body! 43 Gluable Accessories. Those can help in making some of the characters even more unique. More to come in the stretchgoals! Backpacks, satchels, knives, sheaths and tools. A lot of possibilities. Catalogues for everything - Heads, Bodies, Miniatures, Accessories and Arms. My last project shown me how helpful those can be to find the specific files. They will be released alongside all the files or shortly after that. Plus content from unlocked stretchgoals (new heads, new accessories , new bodies etc.) that can extend the customization possibilites even further. You will find every render and some photos of already printed and painted miniatures below! Bodies(56): Miniatures(42): Heads(126): Accessories(43): Keyring with keys is missing in the picture, but don't worry - It's in! Selection of Arms: Some Arm examples. There's too many of those to post renders of every single one in the campaign! There is much more arm options which were not rendered or still need some finishing touches. You can expect 3 lines of arms for commoners (shirt, long sleeve, noble) as well as limited lines with unique equipment for Guardsmen. Remember - The models are STL files and pre-supported STL files (for resin 3d printing) so they are fully digital. Those are not physical items. You need to print them on your own. You can freely resize those models if you need to. Originally, they are about 32mm scale size. They will definitely work well with all the terrain and scatter bits devoted to that scale." I actually grabbed the late pledge for their first project when I saw them running previews for this one, as it was the same day Warhammer Community was teasing about James Workshop's cat being named "Mordheim" and that set was perfect for such a project. They're great sculpts with an insane amount of variety, but they are HUGE by default. Shockingly, their pre-supports work at scaled down to 80% which puts them with most classic Warhammer plastics.
  6. This is a new idea I am working on. It started with an attempt at a new stone texture, the Norman Keep was an idea for an application to test out the texture. I'm modelling it for 28mm scale to be 3D Printable. I am planning three levels, the entry is on the second level and will be accessed by a wooden staircase at a right angle to the door. There is still lots of work to do. Thanks for checking it out!
  7. The Faceless King - Printable STL Miniatures Witchsong has some interesting looking minis, though I've never backed them.
  8. Where Legends Fight Volume 4 Just like the previous campaigns, various sets of scatter terrain.
  9. Fantasy Castle 2 I don't believe I posted Fantasy Designs' prior campaign, though I've posted some earlier ones. They are slowly building a catalogue, one KS at a time.
  10. ANIMALS VOL 2 I seem to recall someone on this forum recently wanting animals. Deer were done on a previous set, but it's an add-on.
  11. There is only a week left until Scrap Cemetery - Car Junkyard finally launches! This modern and post apocalyptic project is a perfect fit to get your table decorated! Be notified when we`re ready for takeoff: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/pharaohsworkshop/scrap-cemetary-wasteland-junkyard-pay-what-you-want?ref=264i7x
  12. Hi All, link to my little old school halfling market kickstarter, now live. Ending Tuesday, December 6th. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/medusaminiatures/the-halfling-market-pre-supported-stls-by-medusa-minis
  13. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/crippledgodfoundry/dungeon-of-despair Crippled God Foundry just launched their Dungeons of Despair campaign on Kickstarter. Early bird deal is 39 Euros for 398 STLs in the core set (about 30 minis, 17 bases and 350 pieces of terrain of various sizes), with 6 stretch goals hit already (unlocking every 2k Euros at the moment). They also have an all-in set and a heap of add-ons for good prices. I would have bought, but I already own them.
  14. 3D printable whimsical Fantasy terrains. // 100% supports free for FDM printing // Core set files ready for download at launch // ALL-IN pledges with milestones bonus files included // Lifetime commercial licence available Launching december 12th on FRONTIERS (MyMiniFactory) Signup to get the free file HERE Stay tuned with my newsletter HERE
  15. STL Miniatures has started next crowdfunding campaign in their tried and tested NPC format and style. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/stlminiatures/3d-printable-fantasy-npcs-vol-2 Some are more diorama oriented I guess (dentist set): And some are great for filling in those NPC needs:
  16. Arbiter Miniatures Kickstarter 7: The Dwarven Lords There must be a dwarf KS going at all times.
  17. Saelum, Lordess of the Red Tower - Femme Fatale Issue #02 I feel Patreon has ruined me on the pricing of these campaigns.
  18. Dr Baverstock of The Huntress Quartet 75mm & 1:12 Scale STL I like to look for the larger scale models, but she's not quite my style.
  19. Sea Stack Cove 1: The Lighthouse-Digital STL for 3DPrinting He's been teasing this one for awhile now on the patreon.
  20. Hi guys, Physical & digital campaign with sculpts from Broken Anvil Miniatures. 10% off for the next 48hrs on Early Bird. I have just noticed on re-read of rues that Backerkit crowdfunding is actually allowed. I would have posted it yesterday otherwise. I would say it is currently aimed at ones beginning at the hobby, but there are some nice & atypical sculpts there. Possibly more in the stretch goals. https://www.backerkit.com/c/broken-anvil/forged-adventure-series-i#top Some of the highlights from my perspective:
  21. Has anyone backed this creator? They have three KS fulfilled, the last one with resin prints. Wife/husband team from Germany. SG's look pretty substantial, and a base-only pledge is available. Free sample prints available in the updates. Shipping is included in the pledge! 🤑 https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/diohistory6mm3d/war-of-the-teddys/description
  22. Ursalox, Wyrm-Hunter One of those $1 stl KS that pop up from time to time. Even if you have no need for an ursalox now, it's only $1.
  23. My Sweet Manticore, A big Cat STL to 3D Print I'm to the point where I'm looking to fill gaps in my stl collection. A manticore mount would be one.
  24. If you had told me a couple of years ago that 3D Printed miniatures would be as huge as they are today… I might not have believed you. But now, in 2022, 3D printing is a quickly growing market in the world of miniatures. With constantly lowering barriers to entry, even beginners can print models from a 3D library and access figures they may not have been able to afford before. Kickstarter is still a very large platform for the everyday creator and consumer to find and sell miniatures. Over $1,000,000 (million) worth of STLs will find their way into the general consumer's hands and onto their 3D printers. Well let’s grab our donuts and fire up the cruisers, because today we will be looking at the top 5 companies on kickstarter that create and sell STL files. This data will not include numbers on other platforms and only sales completed within the 2022 year on the initial campaigns. #5 Rising Miniatures 3 Projects Asgard Rising The Riddle Of Steel 1572 Backers $8,904 Asgard Rising: Chieftains 54mm 341 Backers $3,442 Horder of the Goblin King 912 Backers $50,850 Total funding this year $63,207 Asgard Rising Miniatures has wide support through their releases on Kickstarter, My Mini Factory and Patreon. So far, Asgard Rising has had 6 releases on Kickstarter from their Patreon models. In 2022 they have released 3 completed projects. (List them above) Hoarder of the Goblin King is the highest grossing project of this year at $50,850 (912 Backers) with the other 2 bringing in less than 20% of the highest grossing project. Asgard Rising Miniatures has grossed ~$63,207 this year on Kickstarter. #4 3DBreed Miniatures 2 Projects Join or Die Wanted 1154 Backers $38,053 March To Hell Greeks And Persians 669 $26,174 Total funding this year $64,233 Based in Madrid Spain, 3DBreed Miniatures has released 8 projects on Kickstarter. In 2022 they released two projects (listed above) with Join or Die: Wanted grossing the highest earnings at ~$38,053. So far this year they have grossed an amount of ~$64,233 on Kickstarter alone. #3 Rafael Moreno Dominguez 1 Project 3D Fantasy NPCS 1012 Backers $70,395 Total Funding this year $70,395 Rafael Moreno Dominguez released 3D Fantasy NPCs as a project on Kickstarter in 2022. This project featured an extensive collection of over 200 NPCs and terrain. This project was the creator’s 3rd on Kickstarter and grossed a total of ~$70,395. #2 GreyTide Studio 1 Project Eternal Pilgrims 2070 Backers $77,967 Total funding this year $77,967 This was also the first project by a new company GreyTide Studios. By offering over 400 bits in STL format appealed to a large market of wargamers. GreyTide Studios launched their 1st ever project on Kickstarter called Eternal Pilgrims. This project was a collection of over 400 different bits that could customize your characters within the world of Warhammer and other wargames. With this release the project gained over 2000 backers and grossed an amazing total of ~$77,967 #1 Mammoth Factory 1 Project Mammoth Chronicles: Book 1- Epic Miniatures & Adventures 1807 Backers $116,115 Total Funding This Year $116,115 Mammoth Factory mainly stayed in the Patreon atmosphere while creating their collection of STL models as well as 5e game content. With a large library of quality material they launched a KS project in an effort to bring their collection into a hardcover book. This campaign also saw the release of 131 miniatures which is one of the highest driving pledges in the project. With a huge gross earnings of $116,115 on their 1st ever project launch The #1 spot goes to Mammoth Factory.
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