Seven new kickstarters this time, covering fantasy, Sci-Fi and WWII airplanes. Let’s jump right into it.
Sometime I see campaigns and feel like “why don’t I game this period?” This is one of those times, as I really like what I see here.
Sci-Fi desert buildings, what’s not to like? These look gorgeous, and are sure to draw every-ones attention when you have them on your gaming table. Fantastic stuff.
You’ll get everything from really large structures to smaller ones (like the toilet above), walls and furniture.
There’s enough here to get you a sizeable town, and for a very reasonable cost, too.
Check it out before March 8 2019.
There are some very good-looking buildings in this kickstarter that will work well in fantasy and historical setting, both medieval and modern.
For me the ruined crypts would come in handy in the Frostgrave setting I’m building, and the mimic coffin would be great to use in a dungeon.
The figures are of the undead sort, and would do well bashing adventurers in a fantasy setting and they are also made with fantasy football in mind.
Check it out before March 10 2019.
Do you need nice houses, bridges and market stalls? Well, we all do.
Do you need a gigantic turtle with ruins on its shell? Yeah, probably! (I mean, that would instantly raise interest in whatever scenario you’re about to game)
Lots of fun and useful stuff in this kickstarter. It is all over the place, in a good way.
Have a look before March 24 2019.
Do you want a castle of your own, and especially a modular one scaled for your miniatures?
Look no further, as this is just that.
You’ll find walls, towers, stairs, doors, gates, barracks, hoardings, a stable and more here.
Not only that, it’s really affordable, too.
Absolutely worth a look, and preferably before its end-date of March 16 2019.
If you need a Titan, either as a stl-file or as a resin model, then you might find it here.
This kickstarter is for just one anime-style Titan, but there is also an opportunity to pledge to get their previous kickstarters, which are all very good-looking.
Have a look before March 1 2019.
How about a couple of spaceships?
Here’s your chance to get a handful for a very reasonable price.
They do look really nice, and should feel at home in most Sci-Fi games. Why not parked among hte houses of your brand new printed Desert Trading Post?
There is also a very affordable pledge if you’re interested in having a commercial licence to print these and sell them on.
Well worth a look! The campaign ends on April 3 2019.
Fancy some WWII airplanes, more specifically a horde of them? If yes, then you should visit this kickstarter, where you have a chance of getting files for a variety of planes.
|1/72 down to 1/300|
They seem to work well both in large and small scales and the printed examples look really good.
There are mostly fighters here, but if the campaign would reach the He 111 that would give you one huge plane.
I could really use files for Ju52 transports, but unfortunately no such files here.
Anyway, have a look at this before March 14 2019.
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All photos, renders and illustrations © War Scenery, Cross Lances, Brayan Nafarrate, Kieran Billings, Heresy Lab, 3D Rebel Forge and 3D Wargaming respectively and used with permission.