Hello!, I'm a 27 years old boy from Spain, (so sorry for any grammar error).
I've been playing role games since... as long as I remember, and lately I've been learning 3D design (I'm an architecture), and I thought..... can I really use this for something other than buildings?, YES!, didn't knew this page back then, (and i have to say there is GREAT stuff here).
I started creating free armys for warhammer, which I believe you call it paperhammer (in Spain we call it, papelhammer, or, "man you sucks" ) I got most of every army done so far, but since the policy of GW is getting harder (at least in Spain) I'm not sure if it's ok to show you what I did, so I better choose to share with you 3 of my best creations so far.
They are 3 monsters for D&D... pathfinder.... or whatever fantasy role game you play. they are, a bullete, a troll, and a otyugh.
I hope you enjoy them, and encourage me to keep creating more stuff (a really big kraken is on the way...)
Hi, neighbour Very nice models! 3 models are welcome, more if they're not too fiddly (and yours seems easy enough for my fat fingers). Looking at the troll: why you left some parts with unprinted side exposed? Or am i misunderstanding how it is built? Have you any image of them already built?
Looking at the troll: why you left some parts with unprinted side exposed? Have you any image of them already built?
yes, the troll has some parts unprinted, the reason for this, is that this was a 3D I created in 2 hours for a game that very afternoon. The final boss was supossed to be a big troll, when finished I liked the way it was so I left it with some parts unprinted. Everybody liked it a lot, so I keept the troll as it is now.
the troll has a 4x4cm square base, an its 8 cm tall.
the bullete is a 6x9cm base, 12 cm long, 6 cm tall. (it also opens its mouth).
the otyugh is a 6x6 cm square base, 6 cm tall (9 cm counting the tentacles)
Each of this 3 monsters were made for final bosses in D&D.
this are some photos of them built, (they are in black and white, the colored ones where a present for the master, for keeping all the group alive xD)
Post by Vermin King on Feb 28, 2011 8:56:59 GMT -9
3d seems to be best used on monsters, since they are larger and not as fiddly. 2.5d can be taken down to normal figure sized, like Tommygun's boarding party and the alien creatures in the Chimera Brood. I know that there has to be a better way to do more than 2d, but without the fiddliness. It just escapes me.
I appreciate Everyone's work on expanding paper figures out of 2d, but there will always be more done in 2d than 2.5d or 3d, I'm afraid.
And, yes, I can hardly wait until after work to give these a try.
Great! The figures are excellent! Glad to see one more 3d artist in this hobby!
Just one suggestion. For the arms of the troll, I think you can make it a fold-over (like other 2-d figures) so that the whites would not come out. Edging the figure would also improve it. I think green may be used to edge the figure.
I'd like to build all of them, but unfortunately I cannot download them. The file sharing service hosting your models is not available to my area. OK, found some way to overcome the problem and downloaded the files. Will start building them soon!
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shep: He basically says that he loves the flat design for being a flat, easy to store design. However, he does not like building cardboard minis, so he's very glad that he can buy these MDF versions.
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shep: old squirmydad: Editing the first post did the trick. Many thanks...
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