Because everyone needs more skeletons in their life. Seriously though, Skeletons are probably the largest collection of monster in my miniature collection and although I do not necessarily need more I vowed to print all Fat Dragon Game Models! You can never have too many though. Who knows when you are going to fight a necromancer who will raise an army, or marry a man who dreams of necromancy player characters….

Skeleton Miniature Print Data


Layer Height: 0.08
Bed Adhesion: Majority of time used 6mm brim with no supports (Poor Goblin 3 with Axe).
Filament: Hatchbox Silver
Printed On Prusa i3 MK3s
Print Profile: Cura 4.6 “Offical_FDG_Cura_ender3_and5miniatures_4mm” from The FatDragonGames website

File NamePrint TimeEstimated Material UsedMisc Notes
Skeleton_04_Polearm1 hr 19 min3gNot terrible. I really need to work on the melty top bits though with filament cooling. (Future project suggestion)
Skeleton_05_Armor_sword1 hr 8 min2gSword tip above shield is common to break. I had to glue back together after craft table bumping.
Skeleton_06_Bow1 hr 30 min3gPrinted a few of these. Bow above hand is common to break and I straight up lost one after the battle royale
Skelton_07_sword*Group PrintGroup print realized I should have turned on retraction
Skeleton_08_Kneeling Bow*Group PrintI actually printed this one twice. I can’t seem to find the last one. Definitely an interesting print of using a robe/cape to hold up the model for supportless printing.
Skeleton_09_buried*Group PrintSuper cute model. I am really in love with it. One of my favorites.
Skeleton_10_Sword*1h33m*3gThe “classic” sword and shield model. Definitely some retraction issues inside the cape.
Skeleton_11_Spear_A43m2gSkeleton Legs/base
Skeleton_11_Spear B39m1gspear that body holds. Spear is a bit melty as to how it printed.
Skeleton_11_Spear_C*37m*1.5Body Piece. Legs fit reasonably enough. Hands also fit well.
Skeleton_12_Ground*1h18m*3gWhat a noble way to die. Great model but not so realistic laying method.
Skeleton_13_Crawling*1h11m*3gCute model but its legs look a bit funny.
*values are estimated values and were group printed with Turdle Adventurers.

Where to Find STLs
Dragonlock Miniature store via DrivethroughRPG and displayed on Fatdragongames.com

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