Bestiary – Jotunkiller

From Dutch Mogul, the Jotunkiller was released on MyMiniFactory as part of a promotion for the Scatterblocks Kickstarter. “Forged from shadowsteel and given life by the embers of a dying god, the Jotunkiller was the the dwarves’ greatest weapon in their war against giant-kind, and still stands as a guardian of the Netherforge.” A test print…

Bestiary – Pegasus

Testing out a few things on this print: the experimental branching tree supports of Cura 3.2, and 80% infill on a creature to better support delicate features. If this is successful we’re printing two of these: one for our collection,  one for one of the 10 year old’s friends at school. View this post on Instagram…

Bestiary – Goblins

For the adventure through the sewers we’d been using cardboard tokens for Goblins. Earlier attempts to print goblins (sliced with Slic3r) failed spectacularly, but I wanted to try again slicing with Cura to see if we couldn’t get something that worked. It was a success: View this post on Instagram The glue is curing on the goblin…

Bestiary – Bulette

Minions of a dangerous foe have a captive Bulette barely contained in a cage deep in the Undermountain. Nearly berserk with rage, the Bulette is likely as dangerous to the captors as to the adventurers. Post print this model was relative easy to clean up, with support material holding up the bulk of the body: View this post…

Bestiary – Manticore

A Manticore joins the bestiary of interesting (and quite dangerous) creatures queued up for the adventurers. View this post on Instagram A manticore joins the growing bestiary. The adventures may meet this one soon, if they aren’t careful where they explore. Model by Harrison Baere on YouMagine. #3dprinting #bestiary #pathfinder #dungeonsanddragons A post shared by…

Bestiary – Giant Owl

I’ve been getting consistently better prints, with finer quality layers, better supports, and fewer errors, using Cura 3 for slicing, compared to Slic3r. I’ve had a number of prints that failed, or had marginal errors, when slicing and printing creatures at 28mm scale. I decided to try my luck with Cura on a Giant Owl: View this post…

Small Griffins

One of the environments in an upcoming adventure is dotted with statues of griffins – the symbol of the once glorious City in the Sky. View this post on Instagram Four successful and one failed griffins, at half of original scale. Model by 3DWP. Thingiverse 1453995. #3dprinting #pathfinder #creatures A post shared by Dwyer Devices (@dwyerdevices)…

Bestiary – Ghosts

Why wouldn’t you want to have a set of green ghosts around? Especially if your adventurers might be snooping around tombs. Ancient tombs, at that. There may even be mummies about. Boo. View this post on Instagram Headless ghosts for an upcoming adventure. Not purposely headless, just _really_ thin neck that didn’t make it through cleaning…