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I would love to see another Trollskull Manor & Inn out there. It’s taken me a very long time to build it.
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We have looked at it this in the past and it has been suggested before. The way it operates now is the best optimized way to deliver files, keep track of changes and notify people when changes occur so the files can be downloaded again.
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Flashforge has a really small build plate which you will need to cut pieces to print properly.
It’s a well designed suggestion. It’s something we could possibly look at for a second crypt floors set sometime in the nearish future.
Yes. We’re excited about this. We are actively working on this with Tabletop troubadour Games and it will be a kickstarter after the next Printable Scenery Kickstarter (which is about a month away). So a few months away at least.February 5, 2020 at 12:02 pm in reply to: My first use of the gobblin grotto pices — A mushroom cave #188847
That is very cool setup. Love the poison clouds.
…and the rest of the stunning photos.
Great Idea, It’s something we might have a look at doing as a page.
We’re definitely looking at doing some more clip caps in the future as they are proving quite popular, but the tapestries is a great idea.
We’ve got some products coming out soon for torch walls.
It’s possible we could do mashup conversions for solid versions in the future.
There is no plans to release cut versions of the grotto pieces. You can however slice them in meshmixer using this guide.
That’s looking great, I love the water effect.
@Ben, I’m glad to say that yes, we’ve already put the work into the assembly guide for this monster.
The Chiron is a pain to operate, we’ve already replaced a hot end with the spare that comes in the box. The leveling is proving to be a nightmare and a steep leaning curve. But we will persist and keep working on it. definitely not a beginnner printer.
For Blitzbowl, just find the overall dimensions and print a smaller field. All of the pieces should fit, just fine as it’s modular.
So with the undead fluyt I primed in brown, then drybrushed in barbarian flesh, and then drybrushed bone and washed in sepia shade, did a few highlights with bone and then white. For the sails, they are tissue and PVA and then just dyed with a 50/50 mix of water and sepia shade.