3D Printable Terrain & Miniature Kickstarters – August 2019
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This Kickstarter has 4 days to go. This is a re-run of LOOTgames recent Kickstarter. It features a number of terrain pieces for your sci-fi based game. You can see the pieces fully painted and what it can look like.
This Kickstarter has 7 days to go. This Kickstarter is all about the “Space Elves” for 40K. This is a pretty nice looking set of terrain from Sean, much like his previous sets. It has clean, Eldar like lines that you would expect to see in the grimdark battles.
This Kickstarter has 9 days to go. This is a modular dungeon tile. This one features a detailed dwarven mine. It is cool in that it is lit with LED lights as well. It also features some miniatures to populate it.
This Kickstarter has 11 days to go. This Kickstarter features a TON of NPC miniatures. These are tons of different sets of miniatures for different NPCs needed in a village setting. This is a great way to populate your world.
This Kickstarter has 17 days to go. The talented William Charles Chamberlin is back again. This is a list of enemies of epic proportions and stats to match. If you want some new, unique critters to throw at your players, pick this one up. It also features some information on what other creatures these can be used for to give your players pause, especially those that know what every creature looks like.
This Kickstarter has 21 days to go. This Kickstarter has a number of trees that are ready for your wargames. There are a ton of terrain pieces for a variety of terrain and a variety of wargames.
This Kickstarter has 22 days to go. This is a Kickstarter for a new 5e rules set. It also features monsters and heroes made by Axolote Gaming. This seems to be a new standard for Kickstarters, combinging RPG systems with STL files.
This Kickstarter has 24 days to go. This Kickstarter is a a fortress wall for a Sci-Fi game. It is a meant to be an emplacement to keep the bad guys out.
This Kickstarter has 31 days to go. This Kickstarter is based in a swamp setting with dragons and monsters. The Kickstarter is for two Dragons and as time goes on more may be unlocked as stretch goals. They are 28mm sized models. These are pretty impressive looking dragons.
This Kickstarter has 35 days to go. This Kickstarter is for a modular truck that can be created in a number of configurations. It would be good for modern/post apocolyptic and even scifi games.
KICKSTARTERS THAT HAVE FINISHED THIS MONTH.
This Kickstarter is in LATE PLEDGE. Printable Scenery brings us the town of Clorehaven above and the Goblin Grotto below. The hamlet of Clorehaven is built from modular building blocks to create a number of distinct buildings. The Grotto below is built up of differing pieces of terrain to create a massive underground lair.
This Kickstarter is in Late Pledge. This is the fourth Warlayer Kickstarter. These are some of the best Sci-Fi terrain out there, in my opinion. Andrew has done a phenomenal job of creating easy to print, good looking terrain. This Kickstarter is special in that he is finally releasing some fantasy terrain to the fold as well. This uses a new build system to easily put together the modular terrain for a terrific game board. Every new FDM printer I test, I use one of his containers to see how they stack up. Check out the Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter is in Late Pledge. This is the latest Kickstarter from Danny Herrero. This Kickstarter features Miniatures, Scatter terrain, printable maps, props, and adventures. This is something I have been wanting to see for a while. It’s a full adventure in a box, so to speak. You have your heroes, your monsters, your maps, your terrain, and your adventure all in one.
This Kickstarter has finished. Ill Gotten Games is back with their latest release to Kickstarter. This one features an RPG module compatible with 5E, OSR and their own PolyModular rules. It also has 3D Printable files for the miniatures, items, and locations in the module.
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This Kickstarter has finished. This is an interesting campaign that features towers. It’s not the first tower Kickstarter, but each tower in this Kickstarter is very unique compared to the others and have a very definitive look. Many of his excellent models from previous Kickstarters are available as add-ons as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is Adeptus Titanicus scaled terrain at 6mm. It has the classic Sci-fi Gothic look of the Warhammer 40K universe. This is a major build area. It is built for pre-built terrain, but they are also releasing the STL files for printing at home.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a reissue of a previous Kickstarter. It is an expansion of the original LOOTGames sci-fi collection as well. It features a large number of pieces of terrain to add to a gaming table.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a more whimsical project for Heresy Labs. It features RPG characters imagined as different charming Chibi animals (Dogs, Cats and Unicorns). These are pretty cool and very stylized for their looks. Unfortunately, to get all the wizards, they have to be unlocked through stretch goals. If you want some very unique characters, this is your chance.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is an interesting Kickstarter. It’s all about bases. And unlike other base Kickstarters I have seen in the past, this is about one style of base, done in many variations. This gives armies a defining look for the bases. It’s also a relatively inexpensive Kickstarter at a bit over $2.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a Kickstarter to create a dungeon with dungeon walls and doors. It uses optional magnets to hold things together. It is a much more free-form setup than most dungeon tiles are able to accomplish. Check it out for a new way to build dungeons.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is the latest Kickstarter from Steve Hampson. It features a Star Wars Legion type theme for your gaming table. Many parts are generic sci-fi, but there is enough to excite Star Wars players as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter is for Industrial/Sci-Fi walls and floors for games like Necromunda. This would be perfect for bringing the board into 3D. It includes scatter terrain and other unlocks as well. It seems like a steal at $10.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is the first expansion to Doc’s Tabletop building set. This adds 3 new buildings (whole and damaged) to the overall theme. They are really being fleshed out to be a very complete set of terrain.
This Kickstarter has finished. It is the latest from 3D Print Terrain and it features historic buildings for a Civil War gaming table. There are a large number of interesting pieces for this and I think this may be the first time I have seen this era tackled. It’s a bit smaller than 28mm, but it has conversions for 28mm as well as other scales.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is an interesting one. It is a fully 3D Printed wargame. It is a naval wargame. This is a fully printable game that includes the miniature ships, terrain, and the rules. This is the first I have seen of this new game system. I’m interested in seeing how it plays.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is Fantasy Football based Kickstarter that features a number of players and even a cheerleader. Currently, the list of figures is at an impressive 21 for €5. Something interesting, is they are also selling the ZTL (Zbrush) files as well at a higher tier if you want to tweak the figures yourself or learn more about Zbrush. Finally, they also include a “physical” version of the models at the highest tier.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a Kickstarter that features a number of items that fit in a modern house. There is also some add-ons for the previous sets of items he has Kickstarted. This is an extensive collection of mundane items to outfit a house with. This is probably of more value to those outfitting a doll house, but some of the pieces would be convenient to use as cover in a house.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is the latest Kickstarter from Eskice Miniatures featuring trees for 3D Printing. This includes several printable trees both individuals and with strips.
This Kickstarter has finished. This features a Sci-Fi base created for your wargaming table. It features a multitude of buildings and installations to use for cover.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a hex grid tile based Kickstarter. This features flat lands, woods, castle walls and gates, and many more pieces.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter features World War 2 buildings. This features iconic buildings from Normandy to Stalingrad. This includes a number of buildings from the time that are both in tact and damaged. He has a test print in 28 mm, 15mm and 6mm sizes. The Kickstarter looks like it is 28mm and some models will go down to 6mm.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter features a number of fantasy / Medieval buildings for a tabletop games. It starts at 9 buildings and has stretch goals for up to 20 total models. These are 28mm models.
This Kickstarter has been canceled. This Kickstarter is for a detailed terrain piece of a ruined church. It also features a scenario that goes along with the church.
This Kickstarter has been canceled. This is a new terrain Kickstarter for a modular Spaceship or Sci-Fi station using OpenLOCK clips. It features a number of walls and pieces to create your custom building creation.
This Kickstarter has been canceled. This Kickstarter features a ruined church as a centerpiece of terrain. He will be selling these as physical models down the line as well as part of his centerpiece collection. The STL file sale is to help get funding for that.
This Kickstarter has been canceled. This Kickstarter features a number of fantasy ruins and other scatter terrain for your gaming table. If you need more natural scenery it also features outcropping and other large rock formations to block line of sight. If you need some more “generic” terrain for your table, check this one out.
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.