3D Printable Terrain & Miniature Kickstarters – May 2020
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. The latest Terrain and Miniatures Kickstarters can be found here: http://3dmkf.com/TerrainKS
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Note: FINISHED Kickstarters are at the bottom of the list.
May 2020 Kickstarters:
This Kickstarter has 21 days to go. This is Act 3 of Mystic Realms terrific looking dungeon terrain. This is 28mm OpenLOCK tiles and terrain that brings to life an incredible mushroom world. There is also a deal on their previous releases on their website (link in the Kickstarter). Check out this great looking tile set.
This Kickstarter has 14 hours to go. This is an interesting, OpenLOCK tile set for sci-fi games. What sets it apart, is what they call Light-Base. You can print with transparent filaments to slide into pieces of the main walls and floors to add some extra decoration. I’m thinking some transparent resins would be perfect for this. It’s something that sets it apart from all of the similar sets like it. Have a look.
This Kickstarter has 98 minutes to go. This is a Chibi miniature Kickstarter. It is primarily for physical minis, but they do have three STL tiers for 3D Printers. You can pledge for these Chibi miniatures, the previous Kickstarter, or both. These are nice looking Chibi miniatures if you like that aesthetic style. They even have a vehicle.
This Kickstarter has 3 days to go. This is for a fantasy football team featuring Orc/Goblin pirates. These are very creative and good looking. Great to give your fantasy football team that bit of extra pizzazz and personalization.
This Kickstarter has 8 days to go. This Kickstarter features a large number of great looking fantasy miniatures as well as terrain to go along with them. These are 28mm looking miniatures set in a fantasy setting. The figures look really good. Check it out.
This Kickstarter has 13 days to go. This is for a full printable mausoleum for your fantasy, historic, or modern game. If you need some great looking terrain or a center piece check this out. This is a 28mm terrain piece.
This Kickstarter is in LATE PLEDGE. This Kickstarter is pretty much the definition of “crushing it”. In 2 days it has attracted 342 backers. GameScape3D has hit on something universal, roads, at an amazing price of only $10. This is an incredible bargain. They have created a number of Kickstarters up to this point, so they know how to make well-designed models that print well. I’ve been printing a few and must say they look really good. This one is really too good to pass up.
This Kickstarter is in LATE PLEDGE. This is the latest release from the talented Brayan Nafarrate. This is another massive Kickstarter featuring Cthulhu mythos creatures. Remember, his prices are in the Mexican currency, which is very different from other currencies. I’ve got a number of his figures and they all are awesome. There are also funding levels that feature his previous Kickstarter as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. The Ignis Quadrant is the latest brainchild from EC3D Design /Evan Carothers. The all in version of this Kickstarter features miniatures, vehicles, plus a wide assortment of miniatures. This is a great looking Kickstarter featuring a Sci-Fi theme. If you are in need of this kind of terrain, it’s really hard to beat the deals you get from Evan Carothers on his Kickstarters.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is an interesting Kickstarter that features Citadel Paint Pot holders to keep them from tipping over. You can even use these as terrain as well. Anyone that has used these pots know the pain of knocking them over. Especially nuln oil. These create a heavier, broader base to put them in to keep them from tipping over. This is a great idea to save your paints and washes. Another great release from Hayland Terrain. The first tier is for the STL files, the 2nd tier is for pre-printed files, so be aware of that.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is the latest Kickstarter from Printable Scenery. It features 3 “worlds” to game in. A sci-fi setting with tiles to create a base. An overgrown ruins, and my favorite, the apocalyptic setting with a stripped bus and more goodies. This would look so good if sized down for Gaslands.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is WowBuildings latest release, featuring buildings and terrain for use in a Vietnam type game board. It also features some vehicles like helicopters, boats, and much more.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter features 40+ miniatures. This is part of a long-term goal of creating a new board game with these miniatures as part of it. There are multiple pledge levels to back this Kickstarter or to get this one and the previous one as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a Kickstarter with a ton of miniatures. Monsters, heroes, and many more. These miniatures are a Chibi style miniature. There has been enough interest that they are now knocking down the stretch goals to add even more creatures to the mix, including some Boss Monsters.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a miniatures Kickstarter that features some cute “troll” miniatures. They have a somewhat Chibi-esque feeling to them. They are designed for board games and it is the first solo project for this artist.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a full Print and Play boardgame featuring dungeon tiles, Chibi Miniatures, monsters, tokes, and an awesome box to store it all in. This is really a total board game, in a box, that is fully printable. From the 3D printable parts to the printable rules. He bills it as a simple game for younger audiences and casuals, but it has mechanisms for deeper complexity for those that like board games.
This Kickstarter has finished. So, who doesn’t like Dinosaurs? Who doesn’t like Dodos? (They were my favorite scene from Ice Age). Well, this Print and Play game pairs them together. This KS includes a full print and play version as well as fully printed version of the game. It’s always interesting to see fully realized board games that can be fully printed on paper and in 3D For the models.
This Kickstarter has finished. Kieran Billings is back with a new, simple Kickstater. This one is centered around a witch’s hovel (hence the name). This inexpensive Kickstarter gives you several varitations of the buildings and roofs, ruins, and other parts that any self-respecting hedge witch would need to spruce up the place. It even includes an outhouse… this has it all.
This Kickstarter has finished. If you are in need of VERY nice looking hex terrain, to build out a board, this is the Kickstarter for you. These look really good and feature a ton of different terrain pieces to build almost any kind of map you need.
This Kickstater has finished. If you are looking for a new game to play, look no further than Frozen Winds. This is a full miniatures game. It even includes some rules for PrintABlok parts from last month’s Kickstarter from 3D Printing Professor. There are not a lot of fully realized 3D Printable miniatures games out there, so this is pretty exciting.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a new one. A 3D Printable battle sub. This is another great looking Kickstarter from Project Mobius. It features the outer hull as well as tiles (OpenLOCK compatible) that fit inside to create differing configurations.
This Kickstarter has finished. After a very rocky start on their last version of this Kickstarter, they pretty much hit it out of the park with what they learned. It’s a very cool idea where they have a number of pieces that you put together to create a building you need, and then the STL file is exported to be printed. (Think along the lines of Hero Forge, except for buildings). They are currently crushing their stretch goals making this an even better value for the money. Check it out.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter has everything you need for a post apocalyptic game. From miniatures, to large scatterterrain/buildings, to small pieces/props to scatter around. This has it all. It’s basically and apocalypse in a box.
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.