Undermountain Dungeon – Print 4

We’re building another dungeon, this time the Undermountain. The Undermountain is a series of tunnels and rooms that once belonged to a dwarven stronghold, but have been taken over by an ancient wyrm and its devout goblin worshipers. This is a project spanning lots of different prints, until we generate all of the tiles we need for the…

Undermountain Dungeon – Print 3

We’re building another dungeon, this time the Undermountain. The Undermountain is a series of tunnels and rooms that once belonged to a dwarven stronghold, but have been taken over by an ancient wyrm and its devout goblin worshipers. This is a project spanning lots of different prints, until we generate all of the tiles we need for the…

Seven Oases – Print One

We’re building a city – the haven of the Seven Oases. Elevated walkways, docks, and camps dot the shores of the lakes that are fed by springs deep under the sands. Venture too far from the shade of the trees, and the protection of the walkways and docks, and the dangers of the desert are bound to…

Sewer Dungeon – Final Encounter

With a thwoomp and a fading flash of light, the party was pulled into the magic portal, whisking them away from the sewer dungeon they’d been exploring for the last three sessions. View this post on Instagram The party faces their final challenge in the sewer dungeon. But where will the magic portal at the end take…

Sewer Dungeon Filler – Take 2

Being as woefully short on tiles as I’ve been so far when dungeon planning and printing meet the reality of the gaming table, I decided to revisit the plan for the next section of dungeon the adventures will encounter- and sure enough, significantly short on floor tiles. View this post on Instagram After a few days away…

Sewer Dungeon Filler – Take 1

  The Sewer Dungeon has been a phenomenal success, but I’ve come up short more than a few stone tiles. I tried printing up a few batches of various tiles arrangements, and had mixed success. Printing ABS near the edges of the printer still ends up in print failure more often than not, as the ABS curls…

Dungeon Accessories – Work Benches

These models are ridiculously complex surfaces, so slicers (at least PrusaControl and Slic3r) will have a hard time processing the model meshes if you attempt to batch print more than one or two full  work benches at the same time. For the smaller benches I printed two tops and bottoms in a single print, while for the…

The Sewer Dungeon

  View this post on Instagram What lurks and lays in wait as the party descends into the sewers… #openforge #pathfinder A post shared by Dwyer Devices (@dwyerdevices) on Oct 1, 2017 at 5:38pm PDT Over the course of a month we built a sizable dungeon for the start of our Pathfinder campaign. Traipsing about in…