Given the feedback from the last set of mounts, I decided to create a second set. More sets in the future will depend on if people really want many more.
In this set, we have:
- Skeletal Horse
- Mammoth sized for Large figures
- 2 Dogs sized for small figures
- Hyena sized for small figures
- Leopard sized for small figures
If in the future you want to size a medium sized figure for small bases (20mm), such as the wolf or turning the horse/skeletal horse/unicorn into a pony/skeletal pony/unicorn pony, just resize the figure to 80%. If on the other hand, you want a er, dire dog or dire hyena, you can scale those to 125% and it should work fine for medium sized (25mm) bases.
The mount platform of medium sized figures is sized to hold mins with 25mm round bases. Small is sized for figures with 20mm round bases. Large is for 50mm round bases (though some D&D prepaints come with 40mm bases for large, that still works). If you want to have it hold something a little larger or square, just resize on the y axis to like 110% or a little more. All mounts have been sliced in half, and on fdm printers should be printed from the cut files. I did it in .1 layer height with supports.
Two models that were remixed from that are not in thingiverse are:
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- 01/30/2018 - Fixed some manifold issues on Leopard, Large Mammoth and Skeletal Horse