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Gloomwood Trees


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The Gloomwood trees are scatter terrain that can be used for role playing or table top war games. The non-base version requires build supports touching base plate, while the base version with rocks do not.

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


Ancient trees with boughs that lurch and branches that snatch the occasional traveller, they teem with life and wisdom. If you listen hard enough you swear you can hear them speak. 


  • 28 January 2019 (version 1.1) Removed overhangs on some of the branches
  • 12 May 2022 (version 1.2) Adjustment made to a tree root on Tree 2.  Small Printer cuts added.


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Small Printer Reference sheet included in the zip file.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.


Additional information



Layer Height

.2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)


Prints without Supports

7 questions for Gloomwood Trees

  1. seitoheiwa

    Hello there printablescenery – Team
    I am a little bit confused of the discription: “Prints without Supports, Supports touching buildplate”

    So no supports or supports touching the buildplate?
    The trees will not be added to the tree pack or?

    • Matt Barker

      Thanks for pointing that out, I have amended the notes. It should say ‘Prints without supports’

  2. tdub415 (verified owner)

    Greeting Printablescenery team. I’ve found a few of the various branches seem to dip down below a 90 degree overhang for a layer or two in a few places. Is there any chance these files can be adjusted slightly so that they can print without support?

    The places I’ve enountered this are at the following: Tree 1 (with base) at z height 77.8, tree 3 (with base) at z height 88.6, and tree 3 (with base) again at z height 171.8. All were sliced at .2 layer height.

    • Matt Barker

      Yes we can fix those, I’ll get them done ASAP

  3. t.filipek (verified owner)

    Do You have big versions cutted. I can print whole one on ultimaker3 but I want it bigger..:)

  4. bfroehlich123 (verified owner)

    Hello – in some pictures you have these trees with some sort of drooping foliage. May I ask what it is you are using and where did you get it? Thanks!

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      It’s Green polyfibre from woodland scenics.

  5. Estigmax (verified owner)

    hello I have a problem try print this models the nozzle always stops there, and ejects the filament and then returns it, I try 3 times and change the model of the tree 😢

    I change the model from another and my printer works good, so its the STL I think

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Hey Estigmax
      You can try re-downloading the STL and rotate it on the buildplate and re-slice. Sometimes the printer gets stuck with its orientation and moving the file on the plate can stop that occurring.
      I hope this helps

  6. GregLP

    Hi there, these are a little too tall for my printer. I don’t suppose you have a version for smaller printers?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      We have yet to make a small printer cut version of the trees, but this is something that we should do. I will add it to be updated with some small printer cuts.

  7. htdpuk (verified owner)

    Hello, I have noticed there is an issue on Tree 2 without a base.

    On Layer 6 it tries to print part of a root on the right hand side of the model but with nothing underneath it.

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Hi htdpuk,

      Thanks for bringing this to our attention!
      I’ll put that in for a model update so it touches the ground. Because you’ve purchased the product when it gets updated you’ll receive an email with the new version 🙂
      In the meantime you could try adding supports or try and print it as is. I’ve printed that tree myself and found it bridged the gap just fine for my purposes

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