The campaign is huge by standards and as such we have split it up into categories. We offer Dragons, Heroes, Regiments and Terrain, below you have a more visual breakdown of what is available.
So let us begin, let me show you through our wares, lets start with Dragons...
We have included 5 different dragons. Each dragon has 3 versions which are specially thought out for different modes of game play. We have included a 'Wargames', a 'RolePlay', and a 'Diorama' sculpt for each dragon. Pledge for '66€ Dragon Hoarder' and get all the dragons plus all the stretch goals.
The Wargame version is meant to be used in tabletop battles along with other fantasy armies and regiments. These models are more pose constricted and carry a compatible wargame square base.
The Roleplay version has a larger circular base and has a unique dynamic pose for each dragon, that is meant to be used when roleplaying with your RPG party. The dragons are sculpted without armor or harnesses as found natural in wilderness or dungeon.
DIORAMA VERSION The Diorama is the most dramatic and dynamic of all the sculpt types and shows the dragon mid scene interacting with its environment. This model can be used in games, but it is meant for the modeller or painter that wishes to immortalize a scene on his mantle piece.
The dwarf regiment comes with 2 command figures, a standard bearer and a musician. The 'Hero' pack above contains 2 additional figures, a dwarf hero and commander. There are 6 unique posed infantry miniatures to choose from bearing different weapons and combat styles.
The Imperial regiment comes with 2 command figures, a standard bearer and a musician. The 'Hero' pack above contains 2 additional figures, a dwarf hero and commander. There are 6 unique posed infantry miniatures to choose from bearing different weapons and combat styles.
Add-on to your current pledge to receive the reward after the campaign through our pledge manager. Example: current pledge 66Euro Dragon Hoarder + 88Euro for Jungle Fever = Total pledge 154Euro.
88€ Jungle Fever
Check Kickstarer here: Jungle Fever.
88€ All Roads Lead to Rome
Check Kickstarter here: Rome.
Dwarf War Blimp
All unlocked stretch goals will be rewarded with the pledging of any amount 66 Euro or over. 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.
Renders and details for each individual goal will be included as the funding increases.
Chris Spotts (The spotted Painter)
Work for Half-orc Printing
Paul Deeming (WOWBuildings)
We want to bring Paul Deeming to the attention of the backers. Paul has contributed much to this Kickstarter in terms of ideas and support. He prepared the main structure for the bridge model in 'Bridgeton' and 'The Tower Keep' piece. Apart from this he has contributed many of his own pieces so that I may re-master and present them as stretch goals in this Kickstarter, as co-sculpted editions of his work. Paul Deeming and Iain Lovecraft pieces, a Co-sculpting first for the 3D Printing community.
Paul Deeming is a very talented modeller who has a keen eye for architecture and emulating it in 3D. We have learnt from him that it is always best to over deliver on your kickstarters, something which he has done repeatedly on all his projects.
Eric Lyse (Half-Orc Printing)
Marc Chabot (RM Studio Terrain)
Keith Barnett, Modelling and Painting.
Chris Spotts, Modeling, Painting and Photography.
Michal Zajac, Miniature Painting.
Maximilian Bügler, Modelling and Painting.
Kevin Rank, Media and model tester. (http://makerfun3d.com/)
Daniel Herrero, (3D Printed Tabletop)
Joakim Strom, Media
Matt Finch, Media (Frog God Games)
Risks and challenges
This is our forth Kickstarter and with three successful Kickstarters under our belt, so we are well versed with Kickstarter ways and envisage no problems.
Delivery dates are a rough guideline and we will always try to deliver before the estimated date proposed.
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.
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. A 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 will try our best to split models so they will fit in smaller print beds like those found on SLA machines. Although miniatures and figurines can be split into smaller parts, large terrain pieces will require a standard 220x220mm print bed. Standard for FDM Printers like the 'Ender3'
We supply the user with a design that has been tested on conventional home hobby printers and is proven to print.
All the models are tested and sliced with 'Cura' software which is freeware and available to all backers for use. We recommend that backers use 'Cura' as it is fully tested with our models and we can offer customer support, if any problems are encountered. We are unable to give customer support for other slicing software and backers use this at their own risk.
When using our digital media, 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.
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.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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