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  1. After a certain owner of RBJ Game Company kept trash talking my simple windmill, I decided it was time for an upgrade, because every village game needs a lonely windmill to joust at. Everything is printed on an Ender 3. Here, Farmer Forscale fills in for his nobleborn cousin (Reaper 77665: Townsfolk) Next to the older Windmill, a file from Thingiverse
  2. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1679800548/dragonlocktm-3d-printable-miniatures?ref=ksr_email_user_new_friend_project About DRAGONLOCK™ Miniatures are specifically designed designed to be the easiest-to-print minis you can buy for 3D printing. These miniatures are optimized for FDM-type 3D printers and do not require slicer-added supports to successfully print, as the sculpts are designed to self-support or in some cases have pre-designed supports built in. All of this means you can print highly detailed miniatures easily without having the hassles often asso
  3. I back the Fat Dragon Ravenfell Kickstarter last year (or was it 2014?). I love Dave Graffam models, but one thing Fat Dragon has that Graffam doesn't is buildings that can collapse for travel or storage. Paper model time has been a bit scarce lately, but with a series of conventions coming up this year at which I'd like to run some miniatures games, I figured that it was time to dig into these models and see what I think of them in practice. After some fussing with my computer this morning to get it to communicate with my printer, I printed out Ravenfell Building 3, the simplest shape
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