Category RolePlaying

Printing the Dungeon

For a long time, I didn’t want to own a 3D printer. Too expensive, too loud, too slow. And, after all, I could build almost everything by hand, using styrofoam and a hotwire cutter.

But now, 3D printing has become affordable, the printers smaller and less complicated to assemble. So, finally, I took the plunge and bought a da Vinci Nano, a very small entry level 3D printer.

OK, there were some troubles at the start, and printing is still slow, but at least the things that come out of the little printer, look quite good. And as to the noise – it’s bearable.

So, starting off small, I began by printing tables and chairs for my 13th Age group – and then I found the Dungeon Sticks.

While most Dungeon building systems have floor tiles and interlocking walls, the Dungeo Sticks consi...

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Tabletop World – Houses for Professionals

Tabletop World is known for their high-detail 28 mm houses. But those high-quality resin models are not cheap.

So, this is what you get:

Every building has a detachable roof and a fully modelled interior. It’s therefore useable with any kind of wargame or your RPG system (as long as you use miniatures with it).

When it comes to painting, be prepared to spend quite some time, discovering ever more details in the process. Depending on your level of skill and motivation, you might finally come up with something like this:

So, are those models worth their price? Quite so.

Do you need them? Probably, yes.

Will I get more of them? Definitely, yes.

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