Loading

MakerBot Print is our newest print-prepration software, which supports native CAD files and STL assemblies,
allows you to interact with all your printers via the Cloud, and many other exciting new features.

Download Now

Valandar

Player Character Pack 01

by Valandar Jul 23, 2018
Download All Files

Thing Apps Enabled

Please Login to Comment

These look amazing. I tried printing one but had mixed results. Do you print with or without support? Do you print at an angle? Got any printing advice? See this tweet for a pic of my first two prints of the elven female rogue with crossed swords. I'm new at 3D printing so i could use some help on achieving good results.
https://twitter.com/ActiveNick/status/1045829603653292032

Still trying to print this. I'm trying to use Autodesk MeshMixer to use tree supports instead of standard supports but MeshMixer really struggles with models that have manifold errors, and your models have a lot of them. Do you have updated versions without manifold errors? Slic3r auto-repairs them, but MeshMixer doesn't let me export the model as STL again because of these manifold errors. I would really love to know how you managed to print these.

try dropping the models into Windows 10 3D Builder and repairing the model first? I've had really good luck with the 3D Builder repair routines.

This is great man! Keep up the good work. By far some of the best free mini models I've seen around.

These models are amazing! Green skins pack is awesome as well. I love this style.
This is pack 1... does it means we can wait a pack 2 ou 3? :-) The undead's pack maybe...

Well, I've been sculpting figures two, soon to be three days a week, and uploading them individually. So the next time I have a backlog of, say 15 - 17 PC minis, I'll gather them together and place THEM online. As for undead, proper undead needs some serious specific style of details, so I'm gonna hold off a little for them.

Thanks mate,

I will try to print all them with my Anycubic Photon in the next couple of days,

I will post some pictures.

Nice sculpts. Have you 3d printed most/all of them? Would love to see some pictures of real prints if you have them.

Actually, yes I have, and painted a few as well. However, just under half were made as minis for the PC's in my Saturday D&D game, so they're in the hands of their players. OTOH, if you just go to my Things, there's several that have had Makes done of them!

Just as a sample, here's the Dragonborn Sorcerer, printed on a CR-10 at a layer height of 0.08mm on a 0.4mm nozzle, also painted by me: