Saturday, 19 January 2019

Crowdfunding Watch – 3D-printing – Spaceships, a whole town, a citadel, trees and Normandy

Five new interesting 3D-printing projects this time.

Wow. Just Wow!
What’s not to like with this campaign? Three modular spaceship-models that can become a fleet of different variants.
Not only that, they have fully playable modular interiors, too.
Everything looks absolutely fantastic.
As a bonus this kickstarter is Swedish.
Do check this out right away, or at least not later than February 15 2019.

Ever wanted a whole city to play your fantasy or Victorian Sci-Fi games in? If “yes” then take a look at this, as it might be just what you are looking for.
Modular houses, roofs, streets, castle, bridges and more.
Fantastic stuff.
There are also a lot of add-ons. Everything from airships to huge monsters.
Absolutely worth a look, and do look before the campaign ends on February 14 2019.

Are you even a bit interested in a modular, OpenLOCK compatible citadel, with towers, walls and roads?
If yes, then this is for you.
A truly great looking kit, with a huge number of individual pieces, so you can design a fort to your liking.
Check it out before this kickstarter ends on February 8 2019.

We can’t let our little tin-soldiers do all their adventuring in towns and forts, can we?
Here’s stuff to take it all outdoors, with a chance of printing a really clever forest of your own.
You can adventure in the tree-tops thanks to the smart design of the leafs, making gameable platforms.
A very nice set of trees, well worth a look. Do it on February 7 2019 at the latest.

Here we have Jens Najewitz’ great looking WWII-terrain again.
Jens had two Normandy campaigns on Kickstarter, and here we see most of them on Indiegogo.
There might be a couple of new models also, I’m not sure.
I backed his first Normandy campaign, and I’m just now printing the farmstead, which looks great.
Here’s a great way to get a very nice set of buildings, and vehicles, suitable for your WWII Normandy gaming. They do work just as well for Pulp and modern gaming, too.
Check it out before February 13 2019.

If you would like to see more 3D-printing crowdfunding projects then look here.
Do you want a look at reviews of 3D-printing stuff then check here.

All photos, renders and illustrations © 2nd Dynasty, Rocket Pig Games, Jeremy Gosser, The Exotic Greeble and Jens Najewitz respectively and used with permission.


  1. Thank you for this great summary of cool stuff Joakim. It makes me consider investing in a 3D printer or just finding one locally that I can rent time on. Cheers, Michael

    1. You're welcome, Michael!
      It is a really fun technology, and there's more and more amazing stuff out there to print.
      Also, you can get a descent printer for a really aceptable price now.