This project aims to expand the Ulvheim ruin into a full-featured ruin city for your home 3D printer. You can already download the first two releases from Thingiverse for free. There is also an earlier release with smaller houses, also available for free. Click the image to see them.
The pledge rewards are STL-file downloads. I will share the files using Dropbox and the download will be available for years. If you have access to a 3D printer you can print as many copies of the models as you like. You can also vary the scale for more variety. Any type of 3D printer works but FDM is the most economical. Most models will fit inside a 120x120mm print bed. Printed parts can then be painted.
The separate pieces fit together using a clip, also printed. This way you can build several different configurations with the same printed parts. You can, of course, glue it together if you need extra stability.
I have been making 3D printable terrain since 2016. I have done one Kickstarter before. All files from that kickstarter are available in my store. But read on to the pledges before you buy anything there. I also have a Patreon page and all models done for that is released for free on Thingiverse. This includes the previous three Ulvheim releases.
Follow our journey to Ulvheim and beyond. After a smooth trip across a calm sea we arrive in what is left of the port of Ulvheim. The promised guide is nowhere to be seen so far. Where will we go now?
At last Harald shows up.
"I have permissions now" he exclaims. "We are going to the lair"
We look at him with confusion.
"The wolf lair, the big castle at the mountain pass. And then on to the watchtower."
The road to the wolf lair is quite long but the castle is worth it. After a couple of days in the company of border patrols, warm fires and thin soup, we decide to head east.
For some reason, this road is much better sought after. Proper cobblestone.
"look there" Harald exclaims. "It's the big watchtower." We can see it even if it some time before we reach it.
When we reach the watchtower and stand in it's shadow it was worth the long walk. And the view from the top is also something spectacular.
"This was erected by Lord Krusovice himself. Not personally of course. He actually stands statue in the small town where he was born."
Later the same week we quickly travelled past the statue. It seemed the statue of the Lord had seen better times as it was falling apart.
Be aware! I am showing you estimates of pledge costs in USD and I try to keep a margin. Kickstarter will show you the exact cost. It might be a slight bit more, but probably a little bit less.
The Ulvheim models are many and building them isn't always straight forward. I have heard from some users that they don't know how to get started. One way is to print many parts, assembling them and print replacements for used parts. But I want to show you my vision for how to use these models, so I have created some recipes.
Here are some examples of builds with Ulvheim parts.
Read more on sewers in this update:
Risks and challenges
All models for the base goal are done. They are in several secure places. You will get them.
Stretch goals will be done after the campaign. It might take some time. but they will be done. I have a long history working with 3D printable terrain.
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