I will be running the Lost Mines of Phandelver campaign for a couple of people who are new on DnD, and I happened to leave behind all of my painted minis at my old place. What better inspiration to print and paint a freash batch of goblins?
A coworker uses the Golang Gopher as his avatar at work. Seeing as he’s leaving the company, I decided to 3d print him a goodbye gift.
A long, long time ago, I attempted to convet a regular bear mini (probably from a children’s playset) into a World of Warcraft Druid Bear form. This was going to be a present to a friend who helped me learn the ropes in World of Warcraft, stuck with me through levelling a bunch of characters and overall endured my painful healing while tanking everything in sight.
One of the guys from a DnD group just had a massive near-TPK happen in another game he plays at. His brother is going to re-roll a Dwarf Paladin, and I thought I’d print something customised to cheer them up.
After binging videos on YouTube about 3D printing, I finally got myself a printer. My Creality Ender 3 arrived in the mail last weekend, and after building it, calibrating the bed and getting some filament, it was ready to start pumping out critters. 3D prints are notorious for looking “layered”, but what if there was a monster whose skin is supposed to look “wavy”? Enter the Naga.