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Miniatures for War Gaming with DBA or FoG Rules

by epengr Sep 14, 2011
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I really love these and as a DBA gamer I have to say this is a game changer. You have a patreon or something so I can incentivize you to finish the rest of the unit types? ;) What 3d modeling program do you use? where did you get the basics for the human figures?

These would also work well for warmaster - also available for free:
http://www.darkagepress.com/WarmasterDownloads.html

I cannot find a link to a downloadable version of the DBA rules; the only I can see on the page you refer to is from before 1995 ie nearly 20 years old...

Great Design. Take a look at the following video at 2:22 there are some nice palm tree designs which would go well with your figures. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aB4qOY3H5Mkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
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Oh, and thanks for the compliments!

It's been years since I was good at painting minis, and I've never painted anything this small before. It's very different than painted cast minis too, since you have to add detail instead of just bringing the detail that's there. If you wash or dry brush, you just bring out the layer lines...

Fancy! Nice paint job.

It's not "games workshop" quality yet. But guess you'll need to make some tradeoffs for ease of printing. And I think the scale is different then for warhammer, which are 20mm or 25mm.

I'm working on some DnD prop models. But I only have my printer for a few days, so no uploads yet till I get a w
orking print.

GW miniatures are actually closer to 32 mm, and even then tend to be distorted on the beefy side. These are little by comparison, and would never have the same detail.

Wait, these are 10mm in height? I was thinking you the 10mm was the width between figures. It's hard to judge scale without any reference object ;-)

Yep, each little guy is ~10 mm tall. For reference, the major grid on the cutting mat in the painted picture is 1"...

I will try to take a pic with a better reference in it.

10 mm you say? Reminds me of the good 'ol Warmaster http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warmasterhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W... :) Nice work btw and thanks for enlighting with the WRG (someone does that!) :)

Looking goooooood. I think I much prefer when you stop doing the thick cut out thing. 3D printers are capable of so much more than laser cut pieces. I wonder how much detail we could get out of them. Hmmm....

I've ordered parts to switch to a 0.25mm extruder tip, and I plan to explore just that. I'm thinking that with some more care modelling, 15 mm could look quite good.

The biggest issue is overhangs, you don't want to be trying to cut support material off all of those little men...