3D Printable Terrain & Miniature Kickstarters – October 2019
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. For November 2019’s Kickstarters, Click here.
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This Kickstarter has 20 days to go. 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 21 days 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 spaceship and previous Kickstarters, internally. There really isn’t anything else like this in the community.
This Kickstarter has 27 hours to go. This is a terrific looking modular terrain system that is compatible with Warlayer 4.0. With Corvus also supporting the standard, that makes for a HUGE array of terrain that can be built together. Skrap Landz takes the modular system into a Post-Apocalyptic direction, but it would also be perfect for your Ork Boyz to battle over. I could also see this being used, in a much scaled down manner, for Gaslands.
This Kickstarter has 23 hours to go. This Kickstarter features a pretty extensive fishing village for 3D Printing. It features several buildings, docks and piers, and more. These look pretty cool. He also includes several add-ons from his earlier Kickstarters to add some other of his cool terrain to your collection.
This Kickstarter has 3 days to go. This is a Grimdark Space battle game. Basically, this is alternate ships for Battlefleet Gothic. The game is all but abandoned so this gives you a way to continue playing it. If you like the game, this is one you will want to look at.
This Kickstarter has 9 days to go. This is a 3D Printable Kickstarter for 1:100 / 18mm US troops for WWII games.
This Kickstarter has 10 days to go. This Kickstarter features a boundary fortification some buildings and scatter terrain, and a modular tank. Along with the tank, the fortifications are modular and there are a number of nice storage boxes and other scatter terrain that goes with it.
This Kickstarter has 12 days to go. This Kickstarter is all about fantasy football, and not the kind played on the popular sports networks through your computer. This is a 3D Printable dugout to add a little more fun to your pitch when you are playing. This is actually a pretty ingenious piece, featuring all kinds of functionality in a small space.
This Kickstarter has 14 days to go. This Kickstarter features a number of sci-fi miniatures for a grim dark future. These are very interesting inquisitors for a game. This Kickstarter features both resin models or STLs.
This Kickstarter has 15 days to go. This Kickstarter is a little bit all over the place, but it is all Medieval. He has a ton of models available at the highest funding level. This is good looking terrain. There are a number of stretch goals that will unlock even more scenery in this Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has 16 days to go. This Kickstarter features a whopping 100 printable medieval houses. They are designed for 1:100 scale with 3D Print optimized version for 6mm and 3mm gaming. There is a wide selection of models in this Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has 17 days to go. This Kickstarter features a number of different terrain pieces and units for your World War 2 tabletop game. This time around he is including miniatures as well. It looks like this is the first Kickstarter he is embracing resin printers on, with these miniature figures.
This Kickstarter has 20 days to go. This is a Kickstarter featuring 3D printable werewolves for 30mm war gaming. They have a number of sculpts available for the Kickstarter and more are being unlocked. It looks like the first 3 have been unlocked leaving 2 more stretch goals to unlock.
This Kickstarter has 19 days to go. This is a Sword and Sorcery city that comes from the minds of Iain Lovecraft (Well known 3D modeler in the community) and Erol Otus (Well known creator of the eccentric from the D&D Golden Age. This is a little more twisted take on a city that is based on Sword & Sorcery, in true Erol Otus style.
This Kickstarter has 19 days to go. Rocket Pig Games is back again with another Kickstarter. This one features a number of 3D Printable Dragons and monsters. There are a large number of models that can be purchased through this Kickstarter and a large number of funding tiers and add-ons as well to access them all.
This Kickstarter has 23 days to go. This is a city built around Tudor style homes and buildings. It is a modular style system that lets you create many different looks from the number of pieces that are part of this Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has 28 days to go. This is an interesting new Kickstarter. It’s adventures in a land made of candy. It is a fairly simple Kickstarter with one pledge level (Very refreshing). This features 12 heroes, 5 monsters, and 1 boss monster. There will also be stretch goals to unlock. Have a look at this whimsical, creative Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has 32 days 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 43 days to go. This a series of building blocks for a large city. It is designed at 6mm scale, but they say you can bump it to 15mm by increasing the scale by 220%. This a physical and virtual product Kickstarter so make sure you choose the right tier.
This Kickstarter has 59 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.
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 a Sci-fi terrain Kickstarter from Corvus Games Terrain. They were one of the early modelers for Star Wars Legion and have since gone on to make a huge diverse set of terrain. (Trust me, if you like this, check out their catalog, they have a ton of awesome terrain, and you can find examples all over this site). This is an awesome build out for games like Kill Team and Necromunda. Like a number of Kickstarters, this one is pretty low cost for a TON of terrain pieces. I’ve been lucky enough to have him send some samples over. They print really well, and look awesome. This Kickstarter has recently announced Warlayer 4.0 compatibility. With Dustan’s latest Kickstarter there will be a ton of options to work with Warlayer 4.0’s modular terrain system.
This Kickstarter is in LATE PLEDGE. This is Imperial Terrain’s first Foray into the world of Kickstarter. Their terrain has been wildly successful making terrain for Star Wars Legion and other sci-fi properties. Imperial Terrain has been a great friend to this site and you will find references to their models all over the site and I have printed a ton. This Kickstarter is all about a sci-fi shipping yard, though most pieces could easily fit into a more modern setting as well. This is heroic scale terrain and is meant to print supportless. As I said above, I have printed a TON of Imperial Terrain terrain and it all prints terrific. This Kickstarter also features several sculpts from the talented Skull Forge Miniatures.
This Kickstarter has finished. Brayan Nafarrate is back again with another awesome collection of fantasy beasts for your gaming table. I’ve been needing to print a bunch of elementals for my summoner. There seem to be a lot of great models for elementals in this one. As an added bonus, you can pick up Bestiary 1 and his fantasy building Kickstarter as well as higher tier add-ons. I’ll admit, I am a fan of his work, and like how they look.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is the latest brain child of Evan Carothers. This features creatures and terrain found in the frozen north lands. From huts, to terrain, to monsters and heroes. The miniatures and terrain are designed to be support-less, making them easier to print. I can’t wait to print the Wooly Mammoth, myself.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter features some terrific looking miniatures for a more civilized Goblin tribe. These are large, well-developed, strong social creatures that have evolved to be dominate in their wild lands haunts. These are very detailed, good-looking sculpts.
They were nice enough to send some models over to print. Check out Alug the Bear Rider (also to the right). There is also Bazl the Assassin. These JUST came off my printer, I wanted to show them off, because they look so good.
This Kickstarter has finished. It features a TON of fantasy races as random townsfolke for a city. Why says all the NPCs need to be Humans and Elves? It features 13 races total giving us over 40 distinct miniatures. He sent me a few to print, and I’m printing the Warforged now. It looks terrific. If you want his earlier Kickstarter, this is the time to do it as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. It features a number of “Halloween” themed figures and their terrain pieces. Initially, that means there are 5 miniatures with matching terrain. If it is anything like last time, there will be a large number of stretch goals added as well. There are an additional 10 possible miniatures that can unlocked during the campaign and each one has a corresponding terrain piece.
This Kickstarter has finished. Mystic Realm is back with their latest terrain pieces. This is their quick cave system. They have released several terrific looking Kickstarters featuring amazing looking terrain like this latest one. Their terrain always looks good and is great for creating a terrific underground cavern.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is Terrain 4 Print’s great looking stone ruins. He’s been producing a number of them on his Patreon, and now is the time to get them for a steal. Check out the two add-on pledge levels. He has some terrific terrain in his back catalog (I own it all, so I MAY be a bit biased… but have a look at this viking tower. It is one of the VERY few models I have painted. I need to get an updated photo, since I have done more work since this example was taken. The Ulvheim pieces look amazing. His models always print well. Check out this Kickstarter.
Panhandle 3D Printing’s video overview of Terrain 4 Print’s last Kickstarter that is available as an Add-on.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter is for a post apocalyptic miniatures game, say like Fallout. Though, it fits with modern themes as well. He’s even got some cool looking posters to print and add to your terrain. This one actually seems like a pretty good deal for the amount of terrain you get. Check it out.
This Kickstarter has finished. These are Urban World War 2 buildings for your wargame table designed for 28mm. He has designed them to be able to print well at 6mm scale as well. From “modern” villages to industrial complexes to more rustic structures, this Kickstarter will add more diversity to your wargaming table.
This Kickstarter has finished. This features a a large amount of scenery that would look good on many types of tables. From Warhammer 40K to post apocalyptic games to Star Wars Legion with the bunkers. Heck, several bunkers would look good with modern/historic as well with a little work. This is a good looking Kickstarter that has a ton of featured terrain. He also has add-on bundles from his previous Kickstarters.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is an interesting one. It has terrain and miniatures like others I have seen featuring hellscape pieces. This one has some cool looking vehicles to go with it, as well. It also has a number of tiles and it looks like it uses a new tile system.
This Kickstarter has finished. 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. As someone mentioned in the comments, if you looked at this early on, check it out again. They have changed the funding levels and you get a lot more now.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter features a number of vehicles with a futuristic bent as the name conveys. Add some guns on them, scale them right, and they would be great for Gaslands. Kore Aeronautics has created a few Kickstarters with vehicles and they always come out looking good.
This Kickstarter has finished. 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.
This Kickstarter has finished. This Kickstarter features 10 miniatures that you may be able to find in a village. There are a couple more planned as stretch goals. Check the funding level to make sure you choose one that has those stretch goals
This Kickstarter has finished to go. This features Space Elf buildings thta you don’t see a lot of in Kickstarters. These are very stylized and would look great on any 40K or Grimdark warboard as well as many others.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is s a “simple” sci-fi fort system for your tabletop games. It features a tower, bunkers, a couple of buildings and the wall sections to create the fort itself. There are also walkways and other scatter terrain. It’s built very modular so the buildings, walkways, walls and more can be fit together in different ways to effect larger builds or smaller builds.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is the brain child of Francesca Musumeci, from Artisan Guild. She has released an amazingly thematic Kickstarter full of Amazons and their enemies. It looks very cool with great looking miniatures to print. If you want some great miniatures to print and paint, look no further.
This Kickstarter has finished. It features a number of terrain pieces you would find in an amusement park, with a bit of a sci-fi/post apocalypse vibe to it.
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.