I don’t know about those of you with 3d printers but we all have not only miniature piles of shame but also digital files of shame. You can see I have over 150GB of files and most have not been printed!

I’ve decided to go through my digital files, organized them and attempt to print as much of it as I can. I’ve decided to first go through the kickstarters I backed and decided to start with the DRAGONLOCK™ 3D Printable Miniatures kickstarter from Summer 2019.

What is special about the Dragonlock miniatures is that all of the miniatures do not require supports at all and if they do the miniatures are “pre-supported” meaning that having to fine tune supports is not required. Tom Tullis the head of Fat Dragon Games also works hard to supply an easy to use miniatures printing profile for FDM printers and releases it freely to the public. This printing profile is always my default starting printing profile and adapt and grow from there.

I’ve decided to start with the Dragonlock miniatures because they are my go to, fine tuning miniatures to spot issues with my prints. Since i’ve taken a heavy break from the hobby what better than to knock this project out.

The miniatures. From my notes i’ve counted roughly 94 miniatures in this kickstarter ranging from medium sized creatures to giant dragons.

The collection

  • Goblins 1
  • Goblins 2
  • Turdle Adventurers
  • Oxidation Beast
  • Angry Ball of Eyes
  • Skeletons 2
  • Skeletons 3
  • Orc Warriors set 1
  • tentacles
  • Trash Beast
  • Lizardfolk Warriors Set 1
  • Lizardfolk Warriors Set 2
  • Dragon
  • Dead orc
  • Cube O Snot
  • Goblinoid Warriors
  • Orc Set 2
  • Snake Warriors Set 1
  • Giant Spider Rearing & Swarm
  • Minotaur Warrior 1
  • Owlbears
  • Skeletons set 4
  • Goblins set 3
  • Roper
  • Giant Rats and Rat Swarm
  • Giant Worm
  • Giant Slug
  • Octopus Warrior
  • Dragon Eggs
  • Minotaur Warriors
  • Hill Giant
  • Ogre Warband
  • Mushroomfolk
  • Kobold Warriors

Extras: Miniature Paint holders & Bases

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