One of the reasons I started creating my own terrain is because I love playing tabletopgames and these terrain piecees are made to fit in with a lot of different sci-fi games. Note that this is only the STL files and not printed terrain.
There are a few stretch goals planned like extra scatter terrain, more variable lenghts of the walkways and commercal billboards to hang on the railings...
#1 2200sek Unlocked!
Barricades. A set of 4 barricades once we reach 2200sek
#2 2400sek UNLOCKED!
A set of 3 Billboards to hang on the handrails!
#3 3000sek UNLOCKED
Containers. A set of 3 Containers
#4 3500sek UNLOCKED
Take it to the next level
A supportbeam to take the walkways up a level.
#5 4000sek UNLOCKED
#6 5000sek UNLOCKED
Modular walls to block line of sight
#7 6000sek UNLOCKED
L-turn and U-turn walkways
#8 7000sek UNLOCKED
Standalone Commmersial billboards
#9 8000sek UNLOCKED
Broken Supportbeams and walkways
#10 9000sek UNLOCKED
Computer Terminals and objective markers
Concept sketches of upcoming stretchgoals are on the way. Stay Tuned!
The Core Idea
The main concept of the sets is to keep the number of different types to a minimum.
They fit snuggly togther so they should be easy to build. Just open up your storage box and grab a piece and push them together, slam it on the table, your done!
If you have the room for it i do suggest you glue the pieces together to minimize the wear and tear...
Risks and challenges
I have tried to design the models so you dont need any support. The only issue ive had is when i print in PLA it is quite brittle. You mightwant to use PETG to make it more durable and if you can glue the parts together.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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