This Kickstarter has 12 days to go. This is the second modular building Kickstarter from Hayland Terrain. This features industrial, western, and other types of buildings in a modular format. This is a pretty ambitious Kickstarter and features a number of good looking buildings and some great scatter terrain.
This Kickstarter has 31 days to go. This is a relatively simple Kickstarter that features stairs, wlakways and some scatter terrain for your Sci-fi (and honestly modern) tabletop game. When I say simple, I mean it in the best way possible. It is one themeatic piece, at a low price point.
This Kickstarter has 42 days to go. This is a Kickstarter for 20mm scenery. He has the conversion in the Kickstarter, and it can be scaled down to 15mm and up to 28mm. This is both fully built, and destroyed versions of the terrain. There is also an “empty”, non furnished version of the terrain. Through Christmas you can get it on sale, as well.
This was all printed at once on the Anycubic Chiron. I still need to clean up the printing profile.
This Kickstarter is in Late Pledging. This is another very ambitious project by Lovecraft Design & Manufacture. You probably saw some of his recent work in either All Roads Lead to Rome or the Lost Dragons Kickstarters. This time, he has turned his eye to Dragon Riders, Heroes, and a game coming up in the future and the minis for it. Oh yea, and it has terrain, too. ‘Bridgeton’ modular Bridge village looks simply amazing. I’ve even printed one of the samples on the Anycubic Chiron I am testing.
This Kickstarter is in LATE PLEDGE. This latest epic Kickstarter from Printable Scenery. It features fantasy themed scatter terrain for Dwarves, Elves, and of course, demons. This is a huge kickstarter and you can pledge for several earlier Kickstarters they have done and save some money there, as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is the latest idea from Worlds Over Run. It is an epic creature and terrain and other pieces that go with it. This first one has a hill giant and swamp creature. As an add-on, you can purchase a full encounter for these as well.
This Kickstarter has finished. Ever want a 3D Printable Advent Calendar? Well, today is your lucky day, since it is BACK! Featuring a TON of fantasy and science fiction scenery, with new pieces going up daily for the month of December. He’s also offering his modeling books as upgrades to this Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has finished. Mav3rick is a tank kit that features full customization for your needs. It features a number of tops, sides and front armors that feature different weapons load-outs or looks. It’s actually a pretty cool looking tank from the renders.
This Kickstarter has finished. This new one by Eslo features a ton of scifi and apocalyptic terrain. There are a ton of different pieces that are part of this Kickstarter and obviously, multiple genres.
This Kickstarter has finished. 3D Print Terrain is back for a whopping 17th Kickstarter. This is his 3rd set of terrain featuring World War 2 terrain. Building, Trolleys and many more items are up on this one.
This Kickstarter has finished. This is a smaller Kickstarter featuring a number of items to use for dungeon dressings. From fires to crystals, skulls, and many more. There is even an added level that features the tombstones from his previous Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has finished. 3D Printable SPACESHIPS! Ok, I’ll admit, I think this is pretty cool. It’s a spaceship you could have your players use in an RPG like Starfinder or other things. It could be used as sci-fi terrain. Lots of uses pop to mind.
This Kickstarter has finished. It features a collection of Medieval or fantasy town. It features a wide range of props from buildings to interiors, to road and riverway tiles. This is a pretty complete Kickstarter.
This Kickstarter has finished. 3D Wargaming is back with their second selection of 3D Printable WWII models. This time, it is aircraft from the era. So, between the two Kickstarters, you now have the vehicles for the land and air of WWII. I’ll admit the B-29 Super Fortress looks awesome. It’s always been one of my favorite WWII era planes.
Due to anti-consumer behavior, I am not linking to his Kickstarter.
WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE A 3D PRINTER FOR THIS KICKSTARTER TERRAIN?