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How do we deliver STL files for 3d printing?

At Printable Scenery, we design our models to fit the specifications of most 3D Printers. Each model is delivered as a .zip file containing folders with multiple versions of our models. For example, we often provide a small printer cuts folder to fit on small print beds and a pre-supported resin cuts folder for models… Read more

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Painting Hagglethorn Hollow: Pathways and Bridge

The Hagglethorn Pathways and Bridge make excellent cobblestone pathways and roads for heaps of different fantasy settings. Based on Johnny Frazer-Allen’s artwork, our painting guide highlights the unique design in a few easy steps. It may look complicated at first, but you’ll find once you get into the swing of it, painting these are really… Read more

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A Simple Way to Paint the Maori Pa and other Scenery

A simple way to paint your Printable Scenery Maori pa palisade and buildings is a process called ‘dry-brushing’.. This is a fairly quick way of painting large lots of scenery. The results look good despite being a somewhat ‘rough and ready’ process. This technique is particularly useful for things like rough wood and thatch –… Read more

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Rampage Castle Featuring Side Locking Columns

Rampage Castle takes OpenLOCK one step further, with side-locking OpenLOCK clips. These allow you to connect side columns and buttresses to create dungeons, buildings and castle layouts. Rampage Castle components are fully interchangeable with Rampage Dungeons, as well as our other OpenLOCK tiles. This makes them perfect for Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder RPG by Paizo and many other… Read more

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