3D Printable Terrain & Miniature Kickstarters – December 2019
For the list of Patreons, check out my Patreon Page.
Note: FINISHED Kickstarters are at the bottom of the list.
This Kickstarter has 6 hours to go. Want something to hold your dice? What about your drink? Need secret compartments to hold your precious dice or other doohickies for your games? This has that too! It looks like a stretch goal is going to let you even use it as a dice tower. This is something interesting and different for gamers. It looks like he is taking some suggestions as well, in the Tabletop 3D Printing Guild. We may see a wider version that can accept cans of pop as well.
This Kickstarter has 12 hours to go. This is a short Kickstarter that features STL files for an inn. IT is everything you need from the inn itself to the people that man the inn. This is a pretty complete Kickstarter and inexpensive. Head over and check it out.
This Kickstarter has 20 hours to go. This is a pretty cool looking Kickstarter. It features a number of miniatures that would make pretty awesome Necromunda Redemptionists (If you happen to remember the old school models). These will also feature a fantasy upgrade if it unlocks (making the sci-fi and fantasy armed and armored). These all look pretty terrific.
This Kickstarter has 64 hours to go. This is a new modular Kickstarter. It is a pretty extensive sci-fi set. If you look at it, it is huge. It also has movement trays needed. This really is a very extensive Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has 49 hours to go. This is a Kickstarter for modern/historic building ruins. It looks to be 28mm. This could be used in a wide variety of games, though, I see WWII games being more prevalent in use. This is a fairly simple pledge. There is one pledge level and what you see, is what you get.
This Kickstarter has 8 days to go. This Kickstarter is the predecessor to a new game as well is available for other games. It’s meant to be used at 6 mm, 10 mm, or 1/285 scale. These are a sci-fi based block of buildings.
This Kickstarter has 10 days to go. This is something different. Instead of a normal 3D Printed piece, these are meant to be printed in vase mode. This is a 28mm sci-fi fort for your gaming table. This is a new concept and he is looking to see if people are interested in this type of terrain. It’s meant to be printed quickly. It makes me wonder how a larger nozzle with a volcano hot end would print something like this.
This Kickstarter has 15 days to go. This Kickstarter has taken off since it was announced. It’s got very nice looking fantasy scatter terrain that would fit perfectly in Lord of the Rings as well as other historic and fantasy games.
This Kickstarter has 20 days to go. This is something that you don’t see much off, cyberpunk miniatures. There are very few miniatures that are designed for cyberpunk. William has been doing great work in our community for quite a while and this looks like an awesome new Kickstarter!
This Kickstarter has 21 days to go. This is a cool little Kickstarter featuring simple props that are also dice. They are potion bottles marked as D4, D6, and D8. For $6, I couldn’t pass this one up. But you can print these pieces and then use them as dice. They also make great little props for your games and the stretch goals add more. (D8s, unfortunately, are a stretch goal that has to be reached, to be unlocked). So, this is a physical/STL type reward, so make sure you choose the “Homemade Beverage” if you want the the .STL files
This Kickstarter has 24 days to go. This Kickstarter is all about the spaceship. They have a starship and the hope to create more depending on how well this Kickstarter does. There are also another Kickstarter that can be bundled as an Addon.
This Kickstarter has 25 days to go. This Kickstarter features men and machines from the Vietnam War from the US Army. I don’t believe I have seen these kind of miniatures featured in the past. If this is what you need, check them out.
This Kickstarter has 27 days to go. This Kickstarter features a series of platforms that can be printed and put together. Looking at the Kickstarter, this sounds like a pretty massive Kickstarter, with the largest piece being 370mm. They recommend a large printer with a 400mm x 400mm x 400 mm build surface, like the Anycubic Chiron.
This Kickstarter has 29 days to go. This is another unique Kickstarter featuring a number of dice boxes. Books, Bottles, Barrels and more! It really looks pretty cool, all the different designs he has, plus a dice tower. As a bonus, all of the models are support free for printing!
This Kickstarter has 32 days to go. This is a Kickstarter for a MASSIVE number of cars and other vehicles for all of your car mayhem needs. Gaslands is incredibly popular, and Car Wars is coming out with a new version soon, this seems to be an obvious Kickstarter to do well. Lets face it, who hasn’t had a few moments of daydreaming of being able to remove all obstacles to in your way during heavy traffic? If this hits stretch goals, it’ll add big rigs and more.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter has 3 themes. Paladins (Humans), Wood Elf, and Chaos. You get several miniatures with each group, as well as some terrain that goes along with that style. One of the terrain pieces also doubles as a dice tower for each one. You can fund for a specific theme, or all three. There are a number of additional pieces that will be added as the Kickstarter goes on. I’ll admit, I’m really looking forward to that dice case.
This Kickstarter has 22 hours to go. This is the latest, MASSIVE, starship design to come from 2nd Dynasty. The last Kickstarter features 3 ships (which are also part of the Fleet Commander pledge level), previously. When I say massive, this thing has 3 decks. So it is like 3 ships in one. It is designed to allow you to create a huge transport for your gaming table. Your characters can use the 5′ grid system internally to move around in a game like Starfinder or use something more freeform in a wargame. The other great part about these pieces, is they are fully modular. You can mix and match parts between this starship and previous Kickstarters, internally. There really isn’t anything else like this in the community.
This Kickstarter is in LATE PLEDGE. This one launched just a couple of hours ago and already has 50 backers. This is a pretty cool Kickstarter. It is a huge, 2′ tall outpost building that is OpenPeg compatible. As part of this Kickstarter, he’s even included a pretty awesome siege tower (Link in the Kickstarter). If you are in need of a lonely tower, a gameboard focal point or just a home for your adventuring party, this is a piece you will get a lot of use out of, for a very small price.
This Kickstarter is in LATE PLEDGE. Stormguard is back, and it is even more impressive the second time around. This time, there are 3 “areas” of terrain. Battlemage features places of power and occult towers (these would make great Sith Temples for Star Wars Legion). Necromancer domiciles and ruins are the second area with ancient skeletons and places of debased worship. Finally, the beauty of the wilds is part of Uffmoor including a druid long building, trees, and a river to flow through it. These models are all designed to print without supports. I’ve printed a few that I will get posted soon, but they look beautiful. This will be some terrain you will want on your gaming table. Check out this Kickstarter for some amazing terrain. RM Printable Terrain creates some very thematic, memorable scatter terrain for your gaming table.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a relatively simple dungeon in a box. You get Meeple figures (far more complex than normal Meeple), dungeon tiles, some dungeon dressing, AND a box for it all to go into (that also functions as more terrain). The first stretch goal has been reached that also adds the Hex Terrain set and Meeple Tactics game rules. With more stretch goals, we’ll see more Meeples added. At $10, this is a very inexpensive Kickstarter with a lot of bang for your buck.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter features a large number (23 to be exact) of sci-fi vehicles. This Kickstarter features a wide-range of tightly themed vehicles of war. From Tracked vehicles, to walkers, to drones, to flyers. Everything seems to be covered in this Kickstarter. The models are designed to print at 28mm and 15mm. You can scale them from there on your slicer of choice.
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.