Saturday, 21 July 2018

Crowdfunding Watch – 3D-printing – a lot of new campaigns!

Summer seem to be a good time for everyone with a printer, as there’s a lot of new stuff out there. This time there are quite a few new creators I haven’t covered before, and some old hands.
Let’s see what we have!

Jens at 3D-Print-Terrrain moves back to WWII and mainly Western Europe with WW2 printable terrain for tabletop and modelling.
Great stuff, as we’ve come to expect from Jens. Everything from very useful town buildings to submarines.
There is even a Haunebu as a stretch-goal. I would love that for my Dust-games!
This is absolutely worth a look!
This KS ends on August 11 2018.

George Longland is a newcomer when it comes to printable scenery kickstarters and with Printable Scenery for Tabletop Wargames he tempts us with some desert style buildings optimized for 15mm gaming. 
Shouldn’t be any problem scaling them up to 20mm.
This KS ends on August 11 2018.

Eric Askue is back and he seem to have a lot of twisted dreams (in a good sense) that he converts into stl-files. In WORLDS OVER RUN Catalog 3 he presents us with multi-level floating/flying platforms and equally floating rocks.
As always the stuff looks amazing.
This would be great for sf-gaming and I can think up a pulp-adventure or two around this. Where is that mad scientist?
There are also some mystic trees and standing stones.
Well worth a look!
This KS ends on August 1 2018.

Bryan Nafarrate presents us with buildings and creatures in Fantasy tabletop 3d printables.
Some rather nice creatures and props.
I really like the mimic-chest and slimes. The latter would be great with transparent filament.
This KS ends on August 6 2018.

BIO-CRAFT Supersized Sci-Fi Gaming Terrain or 3D STL Files by Jason Andrew Hite will give you an option to buy either physical terrain or stl-files.
It’s all about alien-style structures and look really creepy.
He might have problems reaching his funding level, and if that happens then I hope he brings out the stl-files in a separate kickstarter, as they look really interesting.
This KS ends on August 1 2018.

A very characterful vehicle that can be used as is on the table-top or as a card-holder or dice-tower.
What’s not to like!

This KS ends on July 26 2018.

All renders, photos and illustrations © 3D-Print-Terrain, George Longland, Eric Askue, Bryan Nafarrate, Jason Andrew Hite and Project Mobius respectively and used with permission.

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