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Scenography for Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle-Earth

by DarkDudae May 9, 2019
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I love it, thx a lot :)

You are welcome!

Question: Why are the table legs included in the table file and not separate? And why are they oriented standing up when you can't adjust their position, since there seems to be no pattern on them a single leg as a separate file that you can multiply as needed and print lying down would have made much more sense.

I could have used different files, but I think this way is easier for the users, and of course, I printed all the files before publishing to check posible issues.
Buf of course, if you want, I can upload the files separately.

It's your call of course, but at least I would appreciate it. Only need to do the tables and the fog thingy and I've got all the diffgerent pieces covered. Then I guess I need to find a random selection of villager minis to use as person tokens and some nice design of 3D threat and search tokens (might actually take a stab at creating those myself).

Just started printing the fire pit and it looks weird, seems it's tilted and not all of the base is touching the build plate so pretty soon bit of it will print in air.

I printed them with ease. Try using a thick initial layer of 0.3 or 0.2.

Very nice bundle :)

Gonna give most of it a print tomorrow.
I have to ask tho, looking at the shield statue in Cura 4.0, is it just me or does it have a cavity under the statue? Also visible in the thingiview here.

Thanks, I found the original single file model and when scaled up it did the same thing.
Looked around and found a nicer fire I could use with just some scaling.
Still printing out quite a bit of your package.

Thank you! You are right, the file I uploaded was - somehow - corrupt. I have just uploaded a fixed version.

there is only one statue in the files :)

edit: downloaded the file again - now there are 2 statues.

This is great, thanks! About how many of each did you end up printing?

I am still in the 4th adventure, so I do not really know how many of each are going to be needed, but for the moment, I printed this:

3xBush_1 and 3xBush_2
1 of each rock (5 in total)
2xEach Wall (6 in total)
6xRiver (You don´t really need since the original river is also flat, but this is cool)
3xBarrels (3xMiddle part, 5xEnd Closed, 1xEnd Open)

As soon as I finish the first campaign, I will update the pieces needed in the "Thing Details Section".

3 tables are used at once in one scenario. (Chapter 5 I think)

If you want to expand you could also make and add search and threat tokens, maybe eaven suitable minis/tokens for persons. :)