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DungeonSticks: Caverns - Jagged Cavern

by ecaroth Jan 25, 2019
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I really like the mats that you use, where do you get them? (sorry this isn't 3d printing related, i also love your work!)

They are my own design/product, that I'll be launching as crowdfunding effort very shortly! Just finalizing productization and R&D!

I'm finally getting to print some of these. It's like watching the Fortress of Solitude rise from the arctic in slow motion :D

So with easily thousands of tiles printed, and a stacks of boxes of terrain, I have found my favorite way to make a cave...
DUDE, these are AWESOME!!!

They look great, and yeah everyone can see that, but holy crap are they functional!

Don't get me wrong i love my other sets, but these are easier than clips, lock or even magnets. I can use one large card box and have everything (I do mean EVERYTHING) to fill my wargamming table table. I really love building on the fly and building as players go, but it has always broken immersion.

In all honesty you made my game better.

Thank you

Awesome, glad to hear it! Speed, flexibility, and easy of use were the target for these when I designed them so very glad to hear I hit the mark! Lots more to come, stay tuned.

Slow down man! My printer can't keep up with all your awesome design releases.

On a different note.I shared your DungeonSticks on a Facebook group for D&d enthusiasts in Denmark. People are really in to them.
Keep up the great work!

Awesome sauce!

Ohhh yes, you were right, these are even better for my ice caverns! :) Thanks!

I can't quite tell, is your sample image the rocky or flat?

Both - the ice cavern is the flat one, the others are rocky, and both types are in the render pics (they are the same pieces but the rocky ones just have gashes and cracks)