Kobold Miniature Print Data
Kobolds as creatures are a monster in dungeons and dragons that really deserve a novel to be written about them, but alas I am not a subject matter expert nor do I have the time. These creatures have evolved greatly over the last several editions of Dungeons and Dragons so much so they have shifted from being classified the same as goblinoids to being of dragon decent in more recent editions of Dungeons and Dragons.
These small creatures are vastly misunderstood and overall for these models I believe that to be the same.
Although I am supportive of having models that fit the size category in height for models I have found that this little guys are incredibly difficult to find and easy to loose due to their tiny size. I will most likely rebase these models to a larger size since they will still occupy a standard 1″ square grid. As for the models themselves I think they printed well but am disappointed there is not more of a variety in their poses and weapon choices. These models were easy to print which is an added bonus. These guys print quickly and can easily make more for larger battles the day of a session. Very little issues occurred with printing these models.
Overall no one can go wrong by adding more kobolds to your collection. Almost every campaign I’ve ever played has started with a kobold fight or character. Meepo i’m thinking about you from the Sunless Citadel. You will always be one of the most misunderstood NPCs i’ve ever traveled with.
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|
|Kobold_01||28 min||1g||Not bad very simple miniature|
|Kobold_02||30 min||0.8g||A very small amount of warping on the base|
|Kobold_03||30 min||0.8g||This kobold is probably shows the most issues with some small melt at the top of the head and spear.|
|Kobold_04||38 min||1.3g||This little dead guy is not too bad. I like the fact that he fell on his stomach so painting is going to be along the spine of the creature. |
Where to Find STLs
Dragonlock Miniature store via DrivethroughRPG. Vendor images are from the Fat Dragon Game Website.
- Kobolds $2.99