3D PRINTABLE TERRAIN & MINIATURE KICKSTARTERS – November 2018
Since they are similar, I am now linking my Patreon List to this page. Along with Kickstarter, we have a number of great community members that post great new content regularly.
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 October’s Kickstarters.
This Kickstarter has 17 days to go. This is another very ambitious project by Lovecraft Design & Manufacture. You probably saw some of his recent work in either All Roads Lead to Rome or the Lost Dragons Kickstarters. This time, he has turned his eye to Dragon Riders, Heroes, and a game coming up in the future and the minis for it. Oh yea, and it has terrain, too. Bridgeton modular Bridge village looks simply amazing. I’ve even printed one of the samples on the Anycubic Chiron I am testing.
This Kickstarter has 14 days to go. This is the latest idea from Worlds Over Run. It is an epic creature and terrain and other pieces that go with it. This first one has a hill giant and swamp creature. As an add-on, you can purchase a full encounter for these as well.
This Kickstarter has 16 days to go. It features a collection of Medieval or fantasy town. It features a wide range of props from buildings to interiors, to road and riverway tiles. This is a pretty complete Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has 17 days to go. 3D Wargaming is back with their second selection of 3D Printable WWII models. This time, it is aircraft from the era. So, between the two Kickstarters, you now have the vehicles for the land and air of WWII. I’ll admit the B-29 Super Fortress looks awesome. It’s always been one of my favorite WWII era planes.
This Kickstarter has 19 days to go. 3D Printable SPACESHIPS! Ok, I’ll admit, I think this is pretty cool. It’s a spaceship you could have your players use in an RPG like Starfinder or other things. It could be used as sci-fi terrain. Lots of uses pop to mind.
This Kickstarter has 20 days to go. These are some cool looking vehicles for games like Infinity and other sci-fi games. I’m really not sure what else to say about this one. The models look good.
This Kickstarter has 21 days to go. This latest epic Kickstarter from Printable Scenery. It features fantasy themed scatter terrain for Dwarves, Elves, and of course, demons. This is a huge kickstarter and you can pledge for several earlier Kickstarters they have done and save some money there, as well.
This Kickstarter has 24 days to go. This is a simple kickstarter featuring a cool looking alter and some miniatures. This would be terrific in a scifi game as well as a fantasy game.
This Kickstarter has 26 days to go. This new one by Eslo features a ton of scifi and apocalyptic terrain. There are a ton of different pieces that are part of this Kickstarter and obviously, multiple genres.
KICKSTARTERS THAT HAVE FINISHED THIS MONTH.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a wargame table in a box for 20th century warfare. By default it is set for 10mm, but can be scaled up to 28mm. He has conversions for larger (and smaller) sizes.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter is pretty much complete for Vikings. From figures, to monsters, to statues and even some terrain. This is actually a pretty affordable Kickstarter as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. This one has a bunch of sci-fi terrain. It features a number of walls and terrain for sci-fi, as well as a number of bases. This looks like he is going for an Eldar vibe.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is the latest massive build from Heresylab. This is a Titan Mech perfect for some of the newer Games workshop games. Along with this titan, you can choose add-ons for some of the previous Kickstarters like Tanks, Terrain, and the massive train.
This Kickstarter has 6 hours to go. This is a pretty unique 3D Printable Kickstarter. After it funds, and December starts, he will send out a new model or model to print each day. You can get Sci-fi, Fantasy, or both. This looks like a pretty terrific deal. You can also get his previous modeling books if you want to learn how to model miniatures.
This Kickstarter has finished. Arid Hills Gaming is back with their latest Kickstarter. This is a series of terrain that you can 3D Print and use to cover your board in hills, trenches, rivers, and more. He’s sent a few pieces over to me, and they print beautifully and look really good. With a little paint they look spectacular as you can see in the Kickstarter. Check out this Kickstarter to build a beautiful table to play on.
Arid Hills Gaming in the directory.
This Kickstarter has finished. Cross Lances is back with a TON of miniatures models. They pretty much run the gamut from sci-fi to fantasy, from cars to tokens. This Kickstarter has multiple funding levels to get what you want, or juts get everything.
This Kickstarter has was canceled. This is the latest Kickstarter from Kore. Featuring some awesome looking sci-fi vehicles for your games. I’m thinking these would rock for Gaslands (if you sized them down). This Kickstarter features 13 new vehicles and you can pledge more for their earlier Kickstarters as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is an interesting new addition from Hobgoblin 3D. Really, this Kickstarter is about creating a kick-butt 3D map for your characters in your game. I do have a friend that is contemplating up sizing it a bit for Warmaster as well. But, the campaign map, really is where it’s at, in my opinion. And, it would be pretty incredible to have a fully realized campaign map for your characters instead of a picture from a book.
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.