3D PRINTABLE TERRAIN & MINIATURE KICKSTARTERS – June 2018
One of the great things about our 3D printers, is the 3D terrain we can create. This is one of the primary reasons I purchased a 3D printer. Without high-quality files with which to print, the printers are kind of useless. I’m going to be listing Kickstarters by the time left in their campaigns. If I missed any, please let me know. You can find these companies and more in our 3D Terrain directory. Finally, if you are looking at getting into printing terrain, check out this guide on getting your first 3D Printer. Click here for May’s Kickstarters.
This Kickstarter has 4 days to go. Eslo has created some very interesting terrain in the past and is back with a 3D Printable historic/fantasy castle. This also features a desert castle and Asian Fortress. It is 28mm, but he has conversion percentages down to 10mm.
This Kickstarter has 6 days to go. Hayland Terrain‘s latest Kickstarter features 28mm scale wasteland buildings and scenery. It has wrecks, plants, walls/compounds. Everything to populate your scenery for a game like Fallout Wasteland Warfare. There are also additional levels if you missed out on Wasteland 1 and other Kickstarters this year.
This Kickstarter has 6 days to go. Medusa Miniatures has a new Kickstarter available. This one is inspired by the Gothic paintings of Caspar David Friedrich. Along with the gothic terrain you can add in pieces from their earlier Kickstarters, like the gravestones and miniatures.
This Kickstarter has 8 days to go. This kickstarter features a number of post-apocalyptic pieces that would be great in games like Gaslands or Fallout and many other sci-fi games out there. There is a torn up road building set that looks outstanding. A dilapidated outpost with all the pieces needed, plus airport and water plant terrain. The first two stretch goals are unlocked as well.
This Kickstarter has 12 days to go. It features a number of aircraft across multiple eras. They are 1:144 sized miniatures. There are add-ons to allow you to add on the cars from their previous Kickstarter as well.
This Kickstarter has 21 days to go. The ever prolific 3D Print Terrain has a new Kickstarter featuring modern Arabic Buildings. It also features items to go in/around the buildings like dumpsters and book shelves and even has some ruined versions added.
KICKSTARTERS THAT HAVE FINISHED THIS MONTH.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is another extremely thematic pack from Ian Lovecraft. This features some amazing Roman architectures and miniatures. For those Gangs of Rome fans, this is pretty much a no-brainer. If you want some very stylized fantasy pieces, for D&D and other fantasy games, this one has some great terrain for both dungeons (Sewers) and buildings/walkways/roads, plus terrific NPC Miniatures. This KS really does have it all. Along with the KS, there are some pretty amazing sounding stretch goals too, like the Roman War Galley, Hippodrome, and Carthaginian War elephants.
This Kickstarter has finished. Like his previous Kickstarter, this one is to help newbies (like me) learn how to create their own models. This Kickstarter features a more generic look at sculpting and a second book for a more focused look at Dwarves.
This Kickstarter has finished. This features an extended goblin village along with the cute little ankle biters that inhabit it. This has some great looking goblin-esque buildings for a full village. On top of that, is a line of 3D Printable miniatures like their previous Townsfolke Kickstarter, but all Goblins.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is another Kickstarter by the ever prolific 3D Print Terrain. This one features terrain and vehicles for a sci-fi setting. This looks like it would fit in with most sci-fi settings including Star Wars Legion with its clean lines.
This Kickstarter has ended. This is a new concept. We’ve seen rail roads as part of terrain, but this is the first I have seen that is entirely dedicated to producing replica rail tracks.
WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE A 3D PRINTER FOR THIS KICKSTARTER TERRAIN?
For those of you in this boat, I created a guide on how to get prints done if you don’t own one, plus a selection of printers that would be great for this kind of work.