Back in 1989 Games Workshop released the first edition of its widely popular Space Hulk board game. Over 30 years and four editions, The story-driven boarding actions continue to entertain wargamers and board gamers alike. As great as it is, the game can be massively improved by replacing the cardboard corridors with fully 3D components…. Read more
Tag: 3D Printing
New update to the Roads of Ruin
Games like Mordheim and Frostgrave have made the ruins of Shadowfey some of our most popular sets. From the ruined buildings to scatter terrain, the themed tables built with them have been incredible. Common among these builds, the Roads of Ruin have helped tie these ruined cities together. Now, after listening to customer feedback, you… Read more
Rise of the Halflings on display
We’re pleased to announce that the Rise of the Halflings has found a new home on display at the famous Southward Car Museum. After months of work from the entire Printable Scenery team, its a privilege to have them on display to the public. It features buildings from the Halflings and all the miniatures from… Read more
How to paint Medieval Textures
In a previous post we covered how to paint the stone walls from the Country and King buildings. This article shows you how to paint medieval textures used on the terrain. In particular, the wood, roof tiles, wattle & daub, and hay. Wood & Roof Tiles After undercoating, basecoat the Wood with Oak Brown and… Read more
3D printable Roads for RPGs, Dioramas, and Wargames
3D printable roads are a great addition to any battlefield or diorama. Many wargames like Bolt Action have special rules for moving units on roads, boosting their movement across the board. A canny general must use the roads if they are to get the most out of the other terrain on the table. When printing… Read more
3D Printable Trees for Wargaming, RPGs, And Dioramas
Trees and forests are ‘the’ terrain that every wargamer should have, making 3D printable trees some of the best additions to your STL collection. They are universal terrain features, used in almost every wargame style, from the distant past to the far future. Printing Trees Here at Printable Scenery, we have designed our tree STLs… Read more
3D Printable Furniture For Wargames, Role-playing Games, And Dioramas.
3D printed furniture is a great way to level up your wargames and roleplaying games. Turn a building into a tavern, have a party member throw a chair, or place the furniture in a diorama or dollhouse. Printable Scenery has furniture for every genre, perfect for battlefields, dungeons, dollhouses, or model railways. Wasteworld Home Starter… Read more
Bocages: one of the best 3D printable terrain pieces.
Bocages are among the best 3D printable scatter terrain you can add to your collection. These large, long mounds of earth, trees, and bushes can be used across tons of different systems, from historical to sci-fi and everything in between. Check out just some of the examples where these bush-clad barriers shine! World War 2… Read more
Building a Normandy board for Flames of War using the Country & King terrain.
When I first saw the 3D printable models for the Country and King Kickstarter, I knew that they would make an excellent Wargaming table for Flames of War. With permission from Matt, I grabbed a bunch of the new STL files and got to work planning an epic new battlefield for my home games! Concept… Read more
Norman Architecture in Tabletop Wargaming.
Norman architecture has had a strong influence on tabletop wargaming, from historical battles through to fantasy settings. The buildings, forts, and churches from the Normandy region form a versatile terrain base from which you can build many different battlefields. Below are a few ways Norman architecture can be incorporated into different settings. Fantasy Wargames Many… Read more