Patreon Rewards – November 2020

Welcome to the catacombs! Models from this month are heavily inspired by Skyrim, Diablo and new GW's product - Warcry: Catacombs. I created models suited for interiors and exteriors - braziers, gates, sarcophagi, small bridge etc.

Models included in this set:

Catacombs Burial Niches + Corpses
This set is modular and allows for various configurations (check the pictures for reference)

Dungeon Gates
2 tops and 2 bottoms that are interchangeable. No need for any supports

Dungeon Braziers
2 versions with the possibility of printing a lit or extinguished torch

Catacomb Sarcophahus
A comfortable resting place for all the dead (and undead). In various configurations, so you can use these models in different ways

Dungeon Wells
Standard version + version with some skulls

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:

  • Catacombs Burial Niches
  • Catacombs Corpses
  • Dungeon Gates
  • Dungeon Braziers
  • Catacombs Sarcophagus
  • Dungeon Wells
  • Dungeon Skull Bridge

Patreon Rewards – October 2020

For this bundle I have for you two sets of scenery: The Boneyard of Titans and the Arcane Cogs set. I created the first one with the upcoming (lte me remind, the set was published in October) in mind, you may want to use it for a spooky RPG session or a Warhammer death (or simply Giant) themed battles.

Models included in this set:

The Boneyard of Titans
This set consists of: 4 elements of a huge chest, a shattered skull and a skull turned into a shrine, "decorated" with human skulls and runes.

Arcane Cogs
The second set includes 11 Arcane Cogs - they can serve as mysterious structures, the architecture of a long forgotten magical race, or perhaps as a product of the filthy Xenos. Initially, I wanted to put runes on them, but a few people suggested that without runes they would be more universal and fit even science fiction settings.

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 presen

List of files:

  • Arcane Cogs
  • The Boneyard of Titans

Patreon Rewards – September 2020

For this set I have prepared models for you that are related to lava, fire, skulls and generally not very friendly locations.

The rocks that are included in this pack are quite universal, so you can use them in any RPG adventure or on any wargaming table.

Models included in this set:

Lava pools (3 variants)
An element of the landscape that will be useful in any volcanic location, hell or areas inhabited by demons.

Rock Islands - 5 variants + 2 variants with skulls
A universal piece of scenery that will find its place on every gaming table. Much depends on how it is painted - it can serve as a traditional "hill" if you use static grass, it can also be a rock mass in caves, etc.

Arcane Location - Fire
What types of rituals may be performed on a runic platform surrounded by lava? The most interesting ones. This huge piece of scenery will look great on any table. Don't forget to check out the color guide for this model.

Maw of Fire
This piece of scenery will suit any Hell / Volcano / Plane of Fire / Chaos themed table for your RPG adventures and wargaming battles. Check out the color reference for this piece.

Rock of Skulls
This small rock, decorated with numerous skulls, undoubtedly tells a lot about the inhabitants of its neighborhood. Easy and quick to print model that fits any gaming table.

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:

  • Arcane Location - Fire
  • Lava Pools
  • Maw of Fire
  • Rock Islands
  • Rock of Skulls

Patreon Rewards – August 2020

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:

Modular Mechatower
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.

Corporation's Monument
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

Patreon Rewards – July 2020

When creating this tree pack, my goal was to create the most diverse set of supportless 3D printable trees (or rather a modular tree system). Flora in general is not the most exciting or most spectacular project to design, but (in my opinion) there was a shortage of interesting printable trees on the market that would not look artificially, like a toy, or resemble broccoli. I wanted to create a kit that was customizable, easy to print, and looked good on the table.

In the bundle you will find quite a lot elements:

23 tree variants, 13 branch variants, including 2 types of branches that allow you to create a weeping willow, as well as 2 variants of "cut" branches, which I created for people who are not fans of empty holes in tree trunks.

The system is based on "ball joints", which allow for great freedom in glueing and positioning elements.

In the initial version of the package (because I have plans of updating it at some point in future), you have the option of creating trees without any leaves (with leafless branches), weeping willows and deciduous trees thanks to the leafy "hats", which are also fastened with Ball Joints.

All three variants can be created using any of the 23 tree variants (except perhaps only one model, which is supposed to be a completely dead tree and has no holes).

Important note: the glue you use to glue the elements together must be strong enough. Personally, I use a thick superglue or superglue gel.

The package also includes some extras in the form of Bushes in three sizes, Active Arboreal Gate and The Treefolk Watchtower.

How to make a Weeping Willow:

1. Print a tree of your choice and some Branches, including Willow Branches. Make sure to use "Outer Before Inner Walls (shell section)" for printing Willow Branches (it will be much easier to print leaves with this option enabled).

2. Glue Branches to the tree (or paint it first, if you prefer. Painting a "stylized" willow branches is quite challenging).

3. Use a hairdryer or a heatgun to "stylize" the leaves, just like in case of the famous Hairy Lion (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTXPU2P-ElE). Heat the leaves slowly, try to not overheat it.

Tips and How-To:

I strongly suggest you to use brims on these prints, especially if you're not sure about the adhesion on your tables.

Using Z-Hop, especially on Branches, is also not a bad idea.

Willow leaves print best when "Outer Before Inner Walls (shell section)" is used. This allows the leaves to print in a more orderly fashion.

I used 0.16mm layer height for all my test prints, I would say that is enough for the details. 0.12mm look better, but printing time is also quite longer.

Use the hair dryer carefully. Too much hot air can melt the leaves (or even other parts of the tree). A very hot filament can also burn the skin. It is better to spend more time styling the leaves than to expose yourself to negative results.


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:

  • Customizable Trees - 23 variants
  • Branches of trees - 6 variants
  • Branches - Cut - 2 variants
  • Willow branches - 2 variants
  • Bushes - 3 variants
  • Branches with a ball joint - 3 variants
  • Tree tops (foliage) - 2 variants
  • Arboreal Gate - Active
  • Treefolk Watchtower

Patreon Rewards – June 2020

This set will allow you to create, for example: a forest elf village/camp, a druid grove, or an urban district dedicated to nature (and the goddess of life) - and many more. It all depends on your imagination.

It contains models that are probably my favorite models that I have made so far.

Models included in this set:

Goddess of Life (including 3 ways of printing this piece)

One of my favorite models so far. I prepared it in three versions, which in general are the same, but they print in three different ways.

Version #1 of this model is appropriately divided into two separate parts. As a result, this model can be printed without using any supports - it has been tested by me and it works really good.
Both parts should be glued together after printing, I suggest using a superglue.

Version #2
of this piece is prepared for people who do not mind using a minimum number of supports. They are only required under the goddess's head (printed separately from the rest of the body).

Version #3 of this statue is dedicated to people who want to use their own supports (e.g. tree-supports), as well as those who would like to print this model using a resin printer.

This version is not cut in any way.

Leaf Pavilion #1, Leaf Pavilion #2, Leaf Tent, Leaf Tower #1, Leaf Tower #2, Lifepod #1, Lifepod #2
These models make up the "Leaf Village". It can be, for example, a small village inhabited by druids, or part of a larger agglomeration created by forest elves. These models were heavily inspired by classic cRPGs.

Tranquility Shrine 

Another model that belongs to the group of my favorites. It can serve you in many ways, but I sculpted it with a clear intention: I wanted to present the goddess of life and nature in a disturbing and non-obvious way. Tree branches grow out of her body, forming a wing-like shape around her. Her "wood" horns are also not an obvious element and unambiguously associated with the innocent or good aspect of the goddess of life.

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:

  • Goddess of Life
  • Tranquility Shrine
  • Leaf Village

Patreon Rewards – May 2020

This whole set is dedicated to my favorite theme and the first set of scenery I created - The Tangled Realm. There you will find overgrown, massive vines growing out of the ground, tangled cliffs and a mysterious, ancient statue of a long-forgotten goddess.

Models included in this set:

Vined Cliffs
10 different vined rock formations. This kind of terrain shows up in many video games, so it may seem familiar to you. With these models, you can create well known cRPG locations to your gaming tables.

The vined passage
This type of gate, formed in (un) natural (some druids probably had their hands in it!) will be an interesting obstacle for many adventurers - or for entire enemy units on the battlefield.

6 different enormous jungle tendrils & 6 different small jungle tendrils
There is no doubt a story behind the rise of such enormous vines. What kind of story? It's up to you. If you are not interested in printing such large vines, you can easily scale them down in your slicer - they will still print well and without using supports.

Statue of the fallen goddess
Detailed, eye-catching, and awesome - but still easy to print. This statue can be the center-piece of your gaming table, especially if you paint it.

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:

  • Statue of the Fallen Goddess
  • The Vined Passage
  • Vined Rocks
  • Jungle Tendrils (huge)
  • Small Jungle Tendrils

Patreon Rewards – April 2020

If you are looking for universal, modular, interesting, but at the same time easy to print pieces of scenery - this set will be perfect for you.

A large number of elements available to choose from will make your constructions perfectly tailored to your needs.

Models included in this set:

Modular Tower #1 (3 different floors, stackable)
This tower consists of three basic components that are easy to print and stackable.

Elven Tower (3 different floors, stackable)
A little bit more fancy version of the Tower. Elements from this set are fully compatible with the Modular Tower #1 above. You can mix them however you like.

Lion Tower Set
A set of simple towers decorated with the image of lions. These towers are much smaller than the rest of the towers in this bundle.

Elven Smaller Construction (3 versions) & Elven Obelisk (2 versions)
Additional elements to decorate your gaming table. These models, despite their complexity, do not require the use of supports. Make sure your retraction settings are correct before printing them.

Tower Footbridges - two versions
Two versions of ormamental foorbridges for connecting your Towers.


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 Tower #1
  • Lion Tower Set
  • Elven Obelisk
  • Elven Tower #1
  • Elven Smaller Construction
  • Tower Footbridges

Patreon Rewards – March 2020

Another great set strongly referring to nature, except for the dwarven landing pad and the mysterious Wailing Crystal. It will be extremely useful in building a scenery rich in various rocks (especially underground ones).

Models included in this set:

Wailing Crystal
This piece of scenery is very easy to print and it actually looks super good on the table. I suggest you to use smaller layer height for extra details. I printed it using 0.16 and 0.12 with great results.

Treefolk Watchtower
This is probably the biggest single piece of scenery I ever made. It's truly massive. It's not hollow - I ran some tests and hollowed version actually was printed A LOT longer (because of extra perimeters of the hollowed spaces). I suggest you to print it faster than usual, using 70-90mm/s speeds and 0.16 - 0.2 layer height. I test printed it using 8% Gyroind infill with 4 bottom and 7 top layers.

Gate of The Evergreen City
The model is great not only for tables with a forest-city theme, but also for display boards for your army - for example Living City army from Age of Sigmar.

Stalagmites - Cave Set #1
Simple, but effective set that will suit every goblin-inhabited cave.

Basalt Rocks Set #1
Sweet looking set of geometrical shaped rocks with some twist. Check out the cool Basalt Throne and the Spire.

Gyrocopter Landing Pad
This piece is very different from the rest of the set. It is not related to nature, on the contrary - complex mechanisms created by dwarven engineers make this landing site ready for the landing of aircraft of any size.

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:

  • Basalt Set #1
  • Gate of the Evergreen City
  • Gyrocopter Landing Pad
  • Stalagmites Cave Set #1
  • Treefolk Watchtower
  • Wailing Crystal

Patreon Rewards – February 2020

The models from this set will help you build an interesting gaming board related to nature - and more. A temple hidden deep in the forest, or a city connected with nature - these are only the most obvious ideas on how to use these models.

Noteworthy models from this pack are also statues of captives, which can be used as "decoration" of more brutal places such as the battle arena or the palace of the reigning tyrant.

Models included in this set:

Captīvī Statue #1 &Captīvī Statue #2
These models are printed in several parts, so they are easy to print and do not require the use of supports. They will look exceptionally good when used with a stone-like filament.

Stylized Wolf Statues (set of 3 variants)
A simple, stylized statue of a wolf in three variants: "clean", covered with runes and decorated with primitive ornaments. This simple and quick to print a model that enhances each table. It looks great in any size.

Statue of The Cursed Ones
This monumental model features a werewolf statue covered in mysterious ornaments. The werewolf is presented in a rather neutral way, so it's up to you to decide on the narrative of this model: by whom was it created? By bloodthirsty, hostile lycanthropes, or perhaps peaceful moon worshipers?

Ancient Rotunda (2 versions)
These simple, universal models fit into any theme of your gaming table. The "clean" version has space for any statue or any other element.

Priestess Statue
This simple or even austere and blocky sculpture was created to represent a High Priestess in one of the human cities, but you can use it in many other ways.

Mother Tree
Strange and disturbing - this is the easiest way to describe this sculpture. What is its purpose? Does it protect the forest folk living in its vicinity, or maybe warn careless wanderers against imminent doom? It will only be up to you.

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:

  • Captīvī Statue #1
  • Captīvī Statue #2
  • Stylized Wolf Statues
  • Statue of The Cursed Ones
  • Ancient Rotunda
  • Priestess Statue
  • Mother Tree