The conclusion of a massive project is never easy nor is articulating the impact and joy it has on ones hobby. Here I share the highs and lows of a two month journey to create an epic gameday of Frostgrave with entirely new terrain and warbands.
Over halfway through my Frostgrave project I reflect on project status and the incredible experience this has become.
In order to begin a campaign into the Frozen City of Frostgrave one must recruit a warband. Follow my project as showcase the models printed for the two opposing teams in my most ambitious project ever attempted for a tabletop game.
Follow along as I begin my journey to attempt to build the most involved game mat and prepare for an epic weekend of Frostgrave with my husband. Largest project i've ever attempted in such a short amount of time.
Having the chance to test print models for the community is such a treat. Here I showcase some of the models coming with the Lost Adventures Volume 3 Kickstarter Uncharted Lands. Be sure to check it out.
While I don't think it is possible to do anything halfway. But it turns out I can be halfway on a project. Check out my current status of the Lost Adventures Volume 1, 100% printing project.
The Kingdom of Thamarya continues! This installment and building creation includes two version of the Cottage Building. This status update includes trying new things such as including foam in 3d printed terrain, magnetization of FDM prints, and including Spackle for improved finish. Read more to even see about the terrible mishap with prints melting in the Sun.
This dragon is massive and has a base of 5 inches in diameter (12.7 centimeters) estimated a 10 inch total wingspan (25.4 centimers) and length of close around 11 inches (27.94 centimeters). As the featured piece for the Dragonlock Miniatures Kickstarter I thought it would be only fitting for using this print project as the finale of my individual posts. As of this post I have officially completed and printed every model from the Fat Dragon Games/ Dragonlock Miniatures Kickstarter, i'm so pumped.
Giant Worm Miniature Print Data Looking for an absolute classic? You can't go wrong with this gargantuan creature. Yes you heard me gargantuan. The base of this model is 4 inches (10.16 cm) in diameter with a height of just around 6 inches (16.24 cm). This is by far one of the largest miniatures I … Continue reading Giant Worm Dragonlock Miniatures
Kobold Miniature Print DataKobolds 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 … Continue reading Kobold Warriors Dragonlock Miniatures