Goblin Miniature Print Data
Is there every such a thing of too many goblins? These goblins remind me of some of the original goblin artistic styles for Dungeons and Dragons. Much like the Fat Dragon Game art style this classic look is a solid consistent characteristic of their brand in my opinion. One highlight is that these goblins do stand shorter than other standard models which I personally love as an aesthetic to match the size of a goblin. With a decent variety between armored, weapon type, hoods, helmets, etc. This goblin collection can hit many of your needs in a go to dungeons and dragons starter goblin set.
Layer Height: 0.08
Majority of time used 6mm brim with no supports (Poor Goblin 3 with Axe).
Printed On Prusa i3 MK3s
Print Profile: Cura 4.6 “Offical_FDG_Cura_ender3_and5miniatures_4mm” from The FatDragonGames website
|File Name||Print Time||Estimated Material Used||Misc Notes|
|Goblin_01_Spear||1hr 12 min||2g||tip of spear was a bit melty. Added minimum layer height time after this print to be 10 seconds|
|Goblin_02_Flail||1hr 26 min||3g||overall pretty happy with print could possibly improve print underside (briding?) to investigate further.|
|Goblin_03_Axe||1 hr 24 min||3g||ooops accidently used supports and skirt instead of brim. Not the easiest to clean up with default cura settings.|
|Goblin_04_Armor Mace||1 hr 14 min||3g||Another nicely printed model. Great brim! Pre-Support was tough to remove and required cutting. Be careful|
|Goblin_05_Armor Polearm||1hr 9 min||3g||Melty spear tip, some stringing between horns|
|Goblin_06_Armor Bow||1hr 30 min||3g||Retraction issues again on bow to body. Support on arm was great to remove. Brim shows seriously low 1st layer issues. Be careful with the bow and filing it… oops|
|Goblin_7_Spear||1hr 26 min||3g||Oops accidental supports again…|
|Goblin_8_Polearm||1hr 13min||2g||Tip of polearm is a little bit melty. Should work on minimum layer print time.|
|Goblin_9_Dead||1 hr 8min||3g||overall decent print. My largest complaint is that the base is wider than 1″ or 25.4cm making it take up too much space if used on a game board.|
|Goblin_10_Spear||1 hr 13min||2g||Spear again a bit melty. Retraction issues on ears and will need a bit of sanding. Really like the boots that look to big for him.|
|Goblin_11 Spear||1h 12min||2g||Some small overhang issues on the left & right elbow. Overall not too bad.|
Where to Find STLs
Dragonlock Miniature store via DrivethroughRPG. Vendor images are frome Fat Dragon Game Website.