All Roads Lead to Rome
Welcome to our 'All Roads Lead to Rome' project.
This project contains:
We are proud to present high detail 3D printable miniature master sculpts and unique city tiles in digital format, representing the architecture and the life of the people of ancient Rome. The files are supplied in both tiled and Tile-less format(scatter terrain) were applicable. The Tiled pieces come in both DragonLock and OpenLOCK format, fully assembled with their respective tiles, ready to print. The Tile-less pieces are good to add to your custom dioramas or directly as a tabletop scatter piece.
44€ Miniatures Pack
An exclusive set of master miniatures. The basic pack contains more than 20 pieces sculpted by Iain Lovecraft plus many others available as stretch goals. This is a one time edition and is exclusive to this Kickstarter. These designs will never be available again, either through website sale or distribution in digital form, making them an exclusively limited collectable set.
'Aaron' Golda Levi
'Quin'tus Licinius Cornelius
'Titus' Flavio Calvillo
'Anna' Livia Serva
'Livia' Valerius Flaccus
The Numidian 'Hammer'
Marcus Tullius 'Tiro'
*All characters and names portrayed above are purely fictional and any resemblance to real life or historic characters is coincidental.
The Lectica set comes with the 'City Pack' and includes 4x unique slave models, a Litter model, 1x empty litter bed piece, 1x Domine(Lady) on litter bed, 1x Dominus(Master) on litter bed.
44€ Rome City Pack
3D printable files to build your own multilevel city and roads. Contains the following packages:
Temple Of Hercules:
Streets of Rome:
This pack brings you 6 different Streets tiles and 4 Alley tiles.
The Appian Way(Via Appia) was first constructed by Appius Claudius Caecus in 312BC during the Samnite wars. The road was the main factor that allowed them to concentrate their forces with sufficient rapidity and to keep them adequately supplied, a lesson that Rome was to learn well and adopt in future, throughout their empire.
This set brings you 17 original tiles, 7 road pieces, and 10 decoration tiles that can be 3D printed without the need of support. This pieces are meant to be combined with the 'Appian Way' road pack, but can also be used with the 'Via Romana' pack or other similar themed scenarios.
This set includes 10 original pieces, sizes 2”x6” tiles(52.4mmx50.8mm) at 28mm scale. The tiles tessellate and can be arranged or repeated in any order to obtain the desired scenery you want to display along your grand Roman highway. We also provide a tile-less variant of the model, (just the scenery) to enable you to place the model on your custom bases or directly on the tabletop.
This diorama model comes in a 6”x6” tile(52.4mmx52.4mm) at 28mm scale. We provide a Dragonlock and OpenLOCK variant model, ready to print. The model does not require supports or assembly and prints in one. This model can be used with other scales, such as 25mm or 32mm, but it can also be scaled to fit other sizes. We also provide a tile-less variant of the model, (just the scenery) to enable you to place the model on your custom bases or directly on the tabletop. This piece fits well with our 'Via Romana' tile pack, allowing you to fit road extensions to your road construction scenery. Extra pieces included in the package: - Road works low resolution. - Road works with filled baskets. - Individual models that can be printed separate: 1x basket, 1x block, 1x block pile, 1x filled basket, 1x canal, 1x log, 1x pavement left and pavement right.
Multi-level terrain/scenery making packs, which can be 3D printed and assembled to compose a bustling roman city. This shows the basic blocks that allow for multi-level scenaries to be built. The streets pack featuring streets and alleys complements this set of blocks, that will allow you to build the scene rendered below or any other you can imagine.
Wood & Stone Balconies and Veranda:
44€ Underworld Pack
All unlocked stretch goals will be rewarded with the pledging of any one of the three packs, Miniature pack, Roman City pack or Underworld pack and with the All In pledge. The stretch goals will be slowly revealed as the project grows with your pledges.
New stretch goals will be added along with renders and extra descriptions, so be sure to come back and review this page during its run.
Make sure to spread the word and help us gain more backing so you can benefit from all the extra designs available through the stretch goal program.
Due to the unprecedented large amount of stretch goals that have been included in this project, we have prepared this table that describes the preliminary setup of the stretch goals. These will change as the campaign evolves. Renders and details for each individual goal will be included as the funding increases.
We reserve the right to modify stretch goals as the campaign progresses in order to maintain its dynamism and better fit the growth of the project.**
*Unlocked goals will never be modified.
**Funding level for goals will never be increased.
THE COLOSSUS PLEDGE:
A huge inter-empire deal were you get all the digital media files in this kickstarter and the 'All in' digital media from our last very popular kickstarter, 'Jungle Fever'. Check it out ON THIS LINK
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SPECIAL THANKS ~
KT Minis, Kim Tayor. [Miniature Painting and Model Quality Review]
Kevin Rank. [Miniature Beta Testing and Product Review]
Jim Roots. [Miniature Beta Testing and Product Consultation]
Daniel Herrero. [Miniature Beta Testing]
Joakim Strom. [Product Review and Social Media Publication]
Antonio Miguel Martorell Ferriol. [Terrain Beta Testing]
Nordisk Man Tanner. [Terrain Beta Testing]
Gianpaolo Tomasi. [Terrain Beta Testing]
Tom Tullis. [Dragonlock]
Matt Barker. [Openlock]
Herakleidon Art Museum. [Trireme War Galley historical research]
Manchester Art Gallery. ['The Chariot Race' (1882), Alexander von Wagner]
Musée du Louvre. ['Neptune' (1720), Antoine Coysevox]
Risks and challenges
We will break down all the models into smaller files and create high and lower resolution models were possible so that backers can choose the level of detail which fits their print system best.
We strive to produce models that will print with as little support and parts as possible. Some models print in one go whilst most are split up into parts which must be printed separately and then assembled. All models will be packed with their respective parts list and assembly instructions.
The file format of choice will be .STL and the models shall be zipped and made available to the user for download. The user is responsible for downloading their product and must have a valid internet connection and email with which to collect their reward, via internet download. We will keep the files on our system for at least three months after the first date of issue. The user must ensure that he collects the files within this time frame or risk forfeit.
Backers must realize that the resolution you obtain on your print is down to the system you use. Our high resolution files will give you almost render quality prints on high end SLA machines, whilst the same files will produce lesser resolution prints on standard FDM printers. At any rate, all the files have been previously tested on SLA and FDM printers and have shown satisfactory produce.
We recommend FDM Prints with at least a 400micron nozzle and 200 micron layer height for terrain. Ideally 300micron nozzle with 100 micron layer height will give you outstanding prints all round. We have also tested the files with larger nozzles, at 500 microns and decent results are possible on most prints, if the layer height and temperature is controlled correctly. 0.5(500 micron) nozzles are not recommended for miniature printing.
SLA printers should have no problems obtaining excellent resolution and finish even at 100 micron layer height although 50 micron layer height is recommended for minute sculpt detail clarity.
We supply the user with a design that has been tested on conventional home hobby printers and is proven to print.
We do not hold ourselves responsible for the production or manufacturing process of the design, this is exclusively up to the user.
Users may modify models and files at their own risk and only for their own personal use. Modified files are not guaranteed by us and as such, users do this under their own risk and know how.
The Images shown on the campaign page are just for visualization and although they may come very close, they are not an exact representation of the final design or printed model, which may vary slightly.
We reserve the right to alter any of the models shown, at any time, before delivery, with the intent of improving the design, or efficiency of production.
Commercial Licencees may 3D print our products using any layer additive manufacturing process, e.g. SLA, DLP, FDM. With the exception of the 'Miniatures' pack or any of our miniature designs. Miniatures may only be printed by licencees, for commercial use, using Fusion Deposition Modeling.(FDM)Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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