Overview ~ Print issues/Areas of Improvement ~ Print Data ~ Where to find Files

Project Main: Lost Adventures Vol 2

Overview

One of the first D&D campaigns I ever ran was the 3.5 edition Sunless Citadel. Vine Blights and plants coming to life was such a core integral part of the story that these models would have been perfect for using. The vine blights are exactly what I imagined of trees and vines coming to life.

Overall this is a great model group with two “male” vine blights one that is cut flat for easy placement on a base and the other with curved vine edges. There is also a “female” variant. The Shambling Mount is a ton of fun and I absolutely love the mushrooms on the model.

This set is definitely worth trying for yourself!


Print Issues/ Areas of Improvement

In this print group I did have one print issue. That issue was on the Shambling Mound file. A branch located on the left side of the model shown below did not support well and resulted in a a flat pancaking behavior. I did cut it off and believe that overall the print came out nicely and is a usable model. However be observant when printing the model for yourself.


Print Data

Printer: Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K
Resin: Elegoo ABS-Like Grey
Layer Height: 0.02 mm

Time to Print all components: 17 hr 9 min
Resin to Print: 97.6 g (Printed with FeyDhok Forest Kobolds)
Estimated Cost to Print: $3.18 or approximately $0.27 per miniature for Vine Blights and $2.36 for Shambling Mound


Where to Find these Files

These files can be currently found on the Lost Adventures Co Website and are apart of the Lost Adventures Vol 2 Kickstarter.

Lost Adventures Co: Website
Lost Adventures Vol 2: Late Pledge All-In $80.00
Individual Purchase: Shambling Mound & Vine Blights: $9.99


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