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  1. Hey everyone ! I'm proud to present you my first kickstarter ! : ) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...tabletop-games [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_CLhHafkGQ[/youtube] It's only the prelaunch, so i'll mostly tease you.. but yep 118 stl as a core set, and every strech goal we'll unlock will be included to the bakers! Everything has been test printed ! Painted pics ( video link to facebook -sorry i cannot manage to copy the url from facebook for reasons ) https://www.facebook.com/Keta-minies...89414758408009 Thanks for your ti
  2. There are some things that don't really fit a project and aren't important enough for a thread on their own. I'll put those here. Like this campfire. 3D printed from the Artisan Guild welcome Pack
  3. For a change, I'm actually getting to PLAY, rather than be the GM: one of my veteran players is taking over in order to run a Pathfinder RPG campaign -- the "Kingmaker" campaign - -while I take something of a break. However, I can't just take a break completely, so even though the GM has a bunch of pre-painted Pathfinder and D&D minis at the ready for the campaign, and is using printed battle maps, I have been focusing on kit-bashing and painting minis for the PCs (and eventually whatever companions and cohorts they pick up on the way). Recently, the adventurers acquired a wag
  4. I needed a flying carpet for my up-coming AD&D scenario, so I made one. It's bigger in real life than it would be if it was truly to scale; it's supposed to seat six people comfortably at about 7' by 10' long, so I need to accommodate six figure bases. I very much doubt that the scale differential is ever going to matter at all. The carpet is just a print of a photograph from the internet, stiffened with epoxy and some cotton gauze, and the flying stand is chopped from a soda bottle neck. The rocks are made from rocks. The figure is an old Grenadier wizard, and the most appropriately Ar
  5. One of my Friendly Local Game Stores, which has largely dumped its stock of miniatures gaming supplies (awww!) still carries various products that have a "reason-to-exist" in that they're tied in with BOARD GAMES. That the board games in questions happen to utilize MINIATURES to work their magic is just an added bonus. I really know nothing about Mantic's "Dungeon Saga" game, except that there are dungeon tiles involved, and apparently, after the fashion of the old Milton Bradley / Games Workshop "HeroQuest" game, there are some furnishings here and there. So, with two packs of doors
  6. So 6 months ago, I committed to my co-DM for our D&D game that I would build a puzzle prop we could give t the playrs piece by piece. Well, at tomorrow's session, she'll be handing out the first of 7 pieces. So I kind of have to get it built tonight. The concept is that it's a brass tube within which five lenses are fitted, and a map piece placed at the end. When the lenses are rotated to the proper position, and the viewer looks through, the treasure location is revealed upon the map. I have the "brass tube" built, and the "map" made (a Pringles can with a view hole punched
  7. OK, SO we were talking about DIY seals in the writing supplies thread, and I thought I'd just give this a go. ... So you have a D&D session tonight, and the Royal Messenger has just delivered a Writ of Summoning to the party...you can tell the players about it, or you can actually hand them the Writ. But if this Writ is to look authentic, it needs parchment and ribbons and calligraphy...and the Royal Seal. All that other stuff is pretty simple to come by, but where are you, the DM on a budget, going to find the royal seal of a kingdom that only exists in your brain?! Well...you
  8. Inspired by a Facebook post: do any of you use physical props in your RPGs? 1. I often used actual weirdly-made ornamental perfume bottles to represent potions. On one occasion, I implied heavily that drinking this one potion would cause a one point increase in a random stat... but the PLAYER had to actually drink the contents of the bottle! The players looked in the bottle. They smelled it. One of them wanted to do the "dip the finger and taste" test, but I ruled that doing this would invalidate the potion. It had to be CHUGGED. Turned out that the main ingredients were coffee and lemon ju
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