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Dungeon Blocks

by dutchmogul Sep 29, 2014
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Hey just a quick question, How do you paint these?

I don't know about these particular pieces, but I painted something similar with the acrylic paint commonly used for figurines (warhammer and the like) or plastic models (planes, trains...). Stop by your local game and comic store or model store, or search online for Citadel or Revell.

Yeah, I paint most of my 3D printed models that way. I plan to paint these after more test prints, but if any of you beat me to it, let me know how they fit together afterward.

....well yesterday i had all the terrain patterns that i needed, now...i need these XD I do have one question however, since my printer is erm...out of commission atm... do these work with the Open-forge tiles? if so i see epic victory in the future.

Hm... maybe? Definitely compatible in the way that you can incorporate other terrain stuff with the Dwarven Forge design, but they wouldn't interlock, if that's what you mean.

Just amazing ! Perfect to do the wall of helm's deep in LOTR :)

Ooh, good call! Totally!

These are nice. I really like your overhang solution on the underside. It's a pretty elegant solution to make them printable with no supports. I'll definitely have to put it in my bag of tricks.

Hey, thanks! Yeah, took me a while to get the specs right so they would print without holes on the top and without popping off the plate. I've made some minor changes since I posted these (a 10th of a mm here and there) but maybe just matters for my printer or at the resolution I'm printing them. Time (and rigorous testing) will tell.

Those look great! My printer will be tied up for quite a while now printing these! :)

One thing I have seen (I don't even remember where though) is having a slot in the riser for one of the stair steps that will let the rim of the figure slide into the slot and hold the figure on the stairs. That way you can have a guy stop on the stairs (in case they run out of movement before reaching the top).

I saw that you posted the tinkercad file, so maybe I can make a mod sometime to show what I mean.

Totally! I thought about that, but its tough with the overhang. However, if we did it on the 3rd stair and it was sort of a shallow arch, that might work! I'm on it....

Aaaand updated: I added a stair with a slot for a base to stand. Tested it on a variety of 28mm scale bases and it works great!

Very cool, printing some out now! I wish I was half as productive as you are when it comes to cranking out really cool 3D models. :)

Another piece of tabletop terrain i didn't know I NEEDed. Fantastic. I'm sure printers cant resolve them, but the corner bricks could use a bit of touch-up.