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Contorted Trees


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The Contorted Trees pack contains four trees in 2 sets of different poses each that can be used for scatter terrain in role playing or table top war games. All models can be scaled, allowing you to print different sizes and make a whole evil forest.


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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer.


In the Shadowfey, where nothing is spared from ruin and corruption, ancient trees grow contorted with parasitic infection.


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.
  • First Published version 1.2
  • Included are segmented versions with low detail variants for optimized FDM printing.
  • Each segmented cut has an assembly diagram for each version included.
  • There are hollowed versions of the tree bases for better resin printing.

Additional information


10% for FDM printing, 100% for resin printing

Layer Height

0.05 high quality on resin printers, 0.1 high quality on FDM printers


Requires supports on some files

8 questions for Contorted Trees

  1. ace3232 (verified owner)

    some of the branches start away from the trees trunk and go in towards the trunk . is there anyway to make them grow from the trunk out to allow for less supports?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      We could have a look though we do not want to compromise the look and feel of the trees. are you using a resin or FDM printer for them? if its FDM we generally recommend the segmented cuts files as you only need supports turned on for the branches to give them a better anchor to the build plate.

  2. lybban (verified owner)

    Hello. Is there a preferred way to do supports on these trees? Generating supports in cura will be a horror show i imagine. Supports everywhere and very big risk of breaking the model when removing them. Presupported versions would be very much appreciated.

    • Nicholas Jebson

      In general we would recommend those using FDM printers to use the segmented cuts version, It has been designed to minimize the supports though we still recommend them touching the build plate for the branches. The whole model we would only really recommend for the resin printers.

  3. markdewsnup (verified owner)

    Any guidance on support settings in Cura?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      for FDM printing you wont need any supports turned on for the trees base, but we would definitely recommend supports touching the buildplate for the branches to give them a it more stability on the build plate.

  4. ace3232 (verified owner)

    ok ill look at the segmented cuts. thanks

  5. Coburn (verified owner)

    I would very much appriciate pre-hollowed, pre-supported files for these. Like on the blood trees for resin printers.

    • Nicholas Jebson

      we can certainly update them with that

  6. Richard Baker (verified owner)

    Can anybody suggest how I stop the segmented branch cuts from moving on the bed. there’s not a lot of surface area contact. Mine are slipping and failing. I’ve tried adding abutment supports but it’s still happening.

    • Mike (Printable Scenery)

      Hi Richard,

      Have you tried slowing down the printer speed? Sometimes if the nozzle is moving quite quickly it can knock and dislodge smaller pieces. You could also try printing with a brim or raft if you arent already

  7. Richard Baker (verified owner)

    Ah yes, printer speed. Didn’t think of that. I’ll give it a go, cheers.

  8. jean.alx (verified owner)

    Hello Richard, I was with that problem too when I printed the 3rd or 4th branch vertically; even when I tried to put more supports to the sides, it didn’t work. So I printed horizontally and problem solved, it was quicker, and I have the P1P.

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