This is a must have terrain set for any collection, check out the amount of terrain that is coming with Kickstarter!!!!!! You know you want it, so back it NOW!!!!! KICKSTARTER LINK: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/532839686/city-of-tarok-3d-printable-medieval-buildings City of Tarok is a 3D printable medieval and fantasy village set with buildings that were great at their height, but after a huge war, they are just crumbling remains of the gorgeous buildings they once were. The area is still populated, but the inhabitants have fallen on hard times. As people come back, the once abandoned buildings are getting new life, the mill, blacksmith and mine...
We talked with RM Studio’s Marc Chabot, the man behind the Stormguard Project.
Marc graciously agreed to answer some questions about himself and his Kickstarter. This is an amazing project, and we have printed a few pieced to see how it all comes together for this review. Two of the Stormguard models have been printed so far. The models were printed at 200 microns without issues and without any supports. The designs are intricate and well-developed and print extremely well on the printers we currently have in the shop: Ender 3’, CR-10S’, CR-X’, and PRUSA MK3’.
Marc recruited the talent of Ian Lovecraft to bring his ideas to life. Iain is one of the community’s leading Artist and the designer of countless terrain sets. You can see his work on his website at, www.i-lovecraft.com. The site is definitely worth a visit and we plan to review Iain’s work in another review in the future.
Here is a video where our own James McCann talks about Haldane Creations and 3D Printing!
After a short break, volume 4 of my 3D Printable Scifi Structures for Tabletop Gaming is now live! This time around I focused mostly on larger structures as oppose to smaller decorative pieces. As usual, I've always tried to come up with something different, like the D5 Dice Bunker that comes in 5 pieces for each side for easier printing. Each side has either 1-5 strips sort of like a real dice. Then there's the expandable tube passageway (first time I designed something like this) that you can expand using the expansion piece. The models are designed for 28mm-30mm scale...