You know what to listen to for this: And they* said 3D printing poses no threat to traditional miniatures… well maybe not yet, but still: This is a 3Dprint I printed out myself on my cheapo Flashforge Finder. Printed in PLA with .01 layer height. I scaled it a bit randomly to make […]Read More Isle of the Beholders: 3D printed Axolote
Back in March 2013 I made a post about the Mantic Revenant Knights, (well, it was actually more about the restic material they are made of than about the minis -the knights were some of the first restic minis I had seen and I had just struggled with building them). …and now, in April 2017, […]Read More KoW Undead Mounted Revenant Knights, part 2
Just a few years ago, someone* wrote in their results statements thingy** that 3D-printing miniatures is not in any way a threat to the miniatures industry: “We know quite a lot about 3-D printers, having been at the forefront of the technology for many years. We know of what we speak. One day 3-D printers […]Read More 3Dprint: Gorilla
Almost a month has swept past with no new minis painted because life. With my 3D printer currently clogging up every time I try to print and now in stasis awaiting a new nozzle, I thought it might be time to get some terrain done and dusted. We start with somthing that is not 3d […]Read More It’s Terraining Men: The Oathsworn Ruined Tower
Last year I bought a unit of unbuilt Chaos Hounds off Ebay on a whim. Which turned out to have no bases and missing a horn. Sigh. When you buy on the cheap, youse gets whats youse gets. First I stuck them on square cavalry bases, but that looked just wrong. I think I have […]Read More A bit about base 3D printing; also Cry Havoc! And let slip the Hounds of Chaos!