Friday, 30 November 2018

Crowdfunding Watch – 3D-printing – something for everyone - WWII, SciFi and Fantasy


Another busy week, with five new kickstarters to sate our thirst for stl-files.

This is the third WWII-campaign from 3D-Print-Terrain, and as always you’re presented with lots of buildings, and more coming with each stretchgoal unlocked.
If you’d like to game Operation Seelöwe then you should absolutely check this out, as there are lots of English-looking buildings and also a German invasion fleet of ferries and barges.
If Dunqerque is more your thing, then you’ll get a chance to print the Mole and a fleet of small ships to evacuate your little toy soldiers.
On top of that, there are building suitable for Belgium, a big radar, bunker and more.
Absolutely worth a look, and you’ll have until December 25 2018 to decide if this is a good X-mas present for yourself.

How about a gothic-looking sci-fi fort and buildings for your space marines, or buildings and terrain for that desert planet, or maybe some industrial sci-fi structures?
Here you can have some or all of that.
Some very useful scenery here, and definitely worth a closer look.
Check it out before December 23 2018.

Everything needed for an encounter - both monster, scenery and a short written adventure/encounter for D&D 5th ed.
There are two encounters and you can pledge for one or both.
A great idea!
Check it out before the kickstarter ends on December 14 2018.

Who doesn’t like monsters?
Here you’ll get at least five different ones, and some terrain to go with them.
The monsters look suitably scary and would certainly give a party of adventurers a hard time.
Check it out before December 21 2018.

Dungeon props for your favourite game. Well, actually, a lot of them could be used in historical settings, too.
Everything from wine barrel stands to altars to piles of skulls.
Simply a lot of smallish stuff to spice up your gaming table.
If you need things like this you’ll have until December 26 2018 to decide whether to back this or not.

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

All photos, renders and illustrations © 3D-Print-Terrain, ESLO, Eric Askue, Fabio and Michael Novelo respectively and used with permission.

2 comments:

  1. Very nice models but I myself feel that printing scenery takes away lot of my fun.I will focus on building the core from scratch but printing the details.Eventhough this fact I feel that your reports inspire me alot. :)

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    1. Hejsan!
      I've just printed one big house so far, the rest is smaller stuff.
      The nice thing is that there is something for everyone.

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