Owlbear Miniature Print Data

I will not lie that these models are some of my favorite. The feather detail on these models are absolutely fantastic. My least favorite piece would be the chest of the owlbear and the fur texture but the feathers on the wings are stunning and some of the best detail i’ve seen on my FDM printer. I am of course biased because owlbears are my absolute favorite monsters in all of D&D. I believe them to be misunderstood and the legends of their creation as an “accident” of magical experimentation. If there is ever a situation to put an owlbear on my table I jump on it. So excited. Also these are some of the cutest and to scale baby owlbears i’ve seen to date! A big lore piece of owlbears is the parent protecting their den and this would be perfect to put my players in a moral dilemma if encountering these young-ins.

Layer Height: 0.08
Filament: Hatchbox PLA Silver
Printed On Prusa i3 MK3s
Print Profile: Cura 4.6 “Offical_FDG_Cura_ender3_and5miniatures_4mm” from The FatDragonGames website
Print Orientation: Flat on the printbed. Same as orientation of models loading into slicer.

File NamePrint TimeEstimated Material UsedMisc Notes
Owlbear Body6 hr 34 min15gHead fit very well within the model. Wings do have gapping when glued to the model. It appears that the slot for the wings are bigger than that of the wings itself. I glued wings closest to the hands so slot would be in owlbear’s armpits. Some very slight retraction issues between the finger tips. Feathers came out in great detail.
Owlbear Head43 min2g
Owlbear Right Wing40 min1g
Owlbear Left Wing41 min1g
Owlbear Baby 11hr 4 min2gReally no complaints for me about these guys. They look great one of the best playable baby owlbears on the market!
Owlbear Baby 21hr 7m2hI second the statement as the one above. These babies look fantastic.

Where to Find STLs

Dragonlock Miniature store via DrivethroughRPG. Vendor images are frome Fat Dragon Game Website.

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