3D Printable Terrain & Miniature Kickstarters – April 2019
One of the great things about our 3D printers, is the 3D terrain and miniatures we can print. This is one of the primary reasons I personally purchased my 3D printer. Please let me know if I am missing any campaigns. You can find these companies and more in the 3D Terrain directory. Click here for last month’s Kickstarters.
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This Kickstarter has 13 days to go. Printed Obsession has come out with an awesome new Kickstarter featuring the denizens of hell. Anti-Paladins, demons, monsters, and more. This Kickstarter has tons of beautifully sculpted miniatures. Along with that it has a number of great looking scatter terrain pieces that compliment the look. There is also a free STL to download from the page and try it out. The best part, is the price. You get a serious amount of files for a low price on this Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has 18 hours to go. This is a 28mm terrain Kickstarter that features a modular monorail. This is the train, terrain, and the cars to go with it.
This Kickstarter has 23 hours to go. 3D Print Terrina is back with their 19th Kickstarter. This one features Medieval terrain from a keep to several buildings and some other terrain pieces. He has conversions for printing in 15mm and 28mm sizes as well.
This Kickstarter has 69 hours to go. This is a late pledge opportunity for LOOTgame’s latest Kickstarter that features terrain for SciFi and Post Apocalyptic game boards. The Diner in the image is pretty dang awesome and he has painted it great for a game like Fallout.
This Kickstarter has 3 days to go. This is an exceedingly inexpensive Kikcstarter that features a few Viking miniatures that you can print out. It sounds like they want to start an ambitious line of miniatures that sell at $1 each for the STL files.
This Kickstarter has 6 days to go. This Kickstarter features a number of support less undead miniatures to print for your games. It also features some crypt dungeon tiles and walls as an addon for ther infinity lock system. If you want to check it out, they even have 2 free minis to check out. Check out this huge assortment of undead miniatures for yourself.
This Kickstarter has 7 days to go. This is a modular Desert settlement that you can glue together in many different configurations to give you different looks. It includes numerous doors, walls, roofs, and even extra greebles to personalize the settlement. There really are a ton of possibilities here, giving yo a huge number of possible combinations. This would be perfect for Star Wars Legion.
This Kickstarter has 7 days to go. This is a pretty unique Kickstarter. It is a modular Chibi-based Mecha. There are a ton of different combinations to create your own mech design. There is also a game that he has designed to go along with it.
This Kickstarter has 11 days to go. Do you need Orcs? I mean A LOT of Orcs? Well, this is the Kickstarter for you. This Kickstarter features Orc parts. So you have a massive number of permutations to build your custom Orcs. Heads, torsos, Arms, legs and a lot more. Mix and match to your heart’s content. This is Valandar’s latest so you know it will look good.
This Kickstarter has 12 days to go. This is a fairly simple Kickstarter with 5 Japanese houses and some other assets inspired by a Japanese village.
This Kickstarter has 13 days to go. As the tittle says, this Kickstarter has two major aspects. A modular hanger that you can adjust the size of, and Bulwark defensive lines. There is also a radar dish in this line.
This Kickstarter has 18 days to go. This Kickstarter has physical minis AND an STL outpost, so make sure you choose the right piece if you are interested. The outpost will be scaled for 28mm and 15mm miniatures. It looks like much of what he has is 15mm already. If you are looking for something in that range, this may be a good opportunity to grab some terrain in that scale.
This Kickstarter has 29 days to go. This is a multi-level dungeon/cave setup using very organic architecture. The video shows very well printed and well painted terrain. It is also set up to accept LED lights for certain terrain pieces. This Kickstarter includes a large number of tiles to create an underground tunnel system for your games.
KICKSTARTERS THAT HAVE FINISHED THIS MONTH.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is an extensive Kickstarter full of a ton of terrain for your Post Apocalyptic or Sci-Fi game board. This one really does cover a ton of gaming needs and can fill up your table quickly with very unique models.
This Kickstarter is in LATE PLEDGE. RM Studios Terrain has been working on this one for some time. We started talking on the first of September when he had some drawings and a grand idea. Five months later, and Stormguard has arrived. Now, I have printed a couple of pieces (and currently have one on the bed). These look awesome, and print really well. This is a broken city that is very Tolkienesque. I’ve recently been playing Shadow of War and some of these pieces look like they would fit right into the ruins in there. If you need a fantasy themed table, this is probably one of best starting points out there.
This Kickstarter will be in LATE PLEDGE soon. As the title says, this is the third Starship Kickstarter that 2nd Dynasty has done. This one features fully printable ships with full interiors for Roleplaying games or as scenery for a war game. They would also make some pretty amazing objective markers for a war game. I’ll admit, I am seriously thinking about firing up a Starfinder game, to use this ship in.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a fantasy based miniature set from the demented minds at Ill Gotten Games. This large set of miniatures are all meant to be printed without supports making them easy to print. They even have a funding level to add the previously funded Townsfolke 1 if you were not able to get in on it when it was available.
This Kickstarter has finished. Hayland Terrain is back with their second fantasy Kickstarter. This one has been in development for some time, and looks really good. This one features an extensive graveyard, a yak, tannery and more. He’s painted it up and it looks really good. Check it out and see what you think.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a new tile style for dungeons. Puzzlelock is Zandoria’s answer to keep dungeon tiles connected. These print as part of the tiles instead of being connectors that you print separately. The preliminary set covers dungeons and caverns with a number of new sets that will unlock as stretch goals.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a set of modern/Cyberpunk city terrain in 28mm scale for your gaming table. There are numerous buildings to build your cityscape with and this pairs perfectly with his previous mall Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a very focused Kickstarter. He has 3 tower variations : The Clase Tower, the Iron Tower, and the Dragon Tower. These are in 28mm scale. You can also back his previous offering at one of the tiers.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is an industrial, sci-fi set of terrain for your gameboard. It also features rails to add LED lights as you want as well, which is pretty cool. This kickstarter also features a few vehicles. As it funds, there are a large number of possible stretch goals as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is another small, focused Kickstarter from Medusa Miniatures. It features a number of Gothic grave terrain that is pretty highly detailed and would look great on a resin printer.
This Kickstarter has finished. It features more great miniatures from HeresyLab. These have been pretty popular and come in resin and STL format. They are highly detailed, so I would recommend a resin printer for these particular files. HeresyLab creates great looking models that print well.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter features some buildings that are designed for Mordheim but would work for Warhammer, D&D and other fantasy games. They feature fantasy/Historic style buildings that are both destroyed and not destroyed.
What if I don’t have a 3D Printer?
I created a guide for those that don’t own a 3D Printer. It goes through several places that you can get prints done. I plan to expand it as new ideas come my way.