This set is different from the previous few. Nature's themes have been replaced with steel, wires and cold mechanisms. In addition to elements with sci-fi / steampunk / eberron themes, there are elven shrines in five versions.
Models included in this set:
This set is just perfect for any Skirmish-type game. It's highly customizable and very easy to print. It does not require any supports. Printing some kind of complex board filled with these towers will be quite time-consuming, yes, but it will be very rewarding.
There are 10 files in this set: 2 bases, 3 variants of mid-sections, 2 tops - you can mix them as you want, and then connect them with bridges. Want just a single tower? Fill the empty spaces in floors using "Floor Short Extensions".
The way of connecting these pieces is super simple, or even primitive - but it's a good thing in my opinion. You don't need to print additional "locks" or "connectors".
Clean, easy, elegant. Personally, I will use my towers for Kill Team and small games of Warhammer 40k.
Well, it's a little bit odd piece. It's clearly inspired by classic Sci-fi movies (like Blade Runner) and it's more... "artsy" than most of scenery pieces that I created.
This model is actually quite easy to print. You will need to use a little bit more infill than normally (for my test print I used 15% of Cubic infill), I also would suggest using lower than 0.2mm layer height for the best results.
The first version of this piece was a little bit more complex, but it needed supports, so I decided to simplify it. I tested the final version twice - without any supports.
Shrine of Light - Set
This set includes 5 variants of a Shrine of Light (but there are 2 main "templates"). I wanted to create something interesting with the new GW's Lumineth Realm-Lords in mind.
These pieces look similar to the Hysh shrines from WFB world, but they're decorated with gems and other symbol.
You can use them as any other piece of terrain - elven or not. More neutral looking variants will suit even Sci-fi tables in my opinion.
Test printed without any supports. Make sure that your retraction settings are fine - you will retract quite a lot printing these models.
Models from this set do not require any supports (if you are using an FDM printer).
NOTE: This product does not contain any physical models - Contains only digital products in the form of STL files for printing on your own 3D printer.
The miniatures presented in the pictures (dwarf, female druid and warrior) are made by Duncan "Shadow" Louca and are shown only for the scale. They are used with the knowledge and consent of the author. They are not included in the presented product.
List of files:
- Modular Mechatower
- Corporation's Monument
- Shrine of Light Pack