Check out my Petreon page for a nice Warhammer file.
General terrain? A wind Farm? For 28mm Scale?
A big building or tower? For 6mm Scale?
Whatever, it is there to print at any scale or rescale to suit your own needs, a big model for your table and should look good when painted up.
Too expensive via Shapeways.
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I haven't been around for a while. I have been doing some bits and pieces of modelling but an unintended break seemed to happen for no apparent reason.
I have a massive collection of data for war gaming and sci-fi modelling and have been wondering what to do with it.
I have signed up to Patron, a great place where creative types can get a bit of support and where collectively this can be meaningful. For me it will be a way of sharing data at very little cost to individuals but might make something to cover my efforts.
Have a look, I am offering two levels of support, one at $2 and the other at $5. At the $5 level, I will offer CAD data at my Battletech Longbow and Star Wars Tie Scimitar level. I will get on and finish my Star Wars Tie Tank and offer that.
Feel free to let me know what you think.
I have been designing a range of Hover Tanks; these are styled on old world war one tanks as a sci-fi hover tanks.
The design is my own; and produced with Autodesk Fusion.
They can be found on Shapeways; buying a set of 4 works out pretty good on price.
Designed some ruins / scatter terrain in 28mm scale. A ruin of an old Star Gate and a Column Base; no real purpose but should look good to dress the table.
Added to the Shapeways Store.
2 versions of the radar tower; both with a control bunker below the base / in the base, one with a larger dome and extended supporting structure.
The structure / base is available on its own or with a hollowed out water tower.
The radar control towers are in scale equivalent to about 20m tall and the water tower when assembled at about 25m tall.
Above, some CAD work sent to me by a gamer in Rugby; Norbert is making a diorama for use at the club he attends, the Outlanders Gaming Club. I split the model to make it best positioned to produce some very fine details - the side runes are 0.2mm across. The print is very good and produced on my B9Creator.
Below, a design of quadruped styled mechanical walker - Mecha / Battletech / MWO / Mech Warrior styled gaming. 6mm Scale, ready to be printed by me and available on Shapeways.
Advertised on the Facebook page Wargame Trade and Sell 6mm - 10mm and managed to discuss making a set or 2 with Glenn from North Down War Gaming Centre.
For sale? I don't know, I should but what price, where to post to, and what quality is acceptable? Testing the water, a set of two bunkers and two missile silo's.
Resin has pin holes; not bad, I easily deal with and hardly ever fill with anything but paint. Any feedback - what are these worth are they worth posting overseas (I can but the cost?)
For reference the squared paper is 5mm squares. See Datasheet link.
I look forward to any feedback.
Now on eBay
Fantasy gaming pieces. Produced in CAD and uploaded to Shapeways but not printed by me (yet, anyway). The collection has grown fairly quickly. The shields are styled based on the Dark Eldar Raider; imagine a crashed ship is pillaged to build defences.
Had some spare silicone after doing a couple of tools for the Eagle Kit Bashing.
Open top resin casts are not bad, good details but some small pin holes. These should fill with bit of paint or if I have to, some putty or filler.
Large moon base / communications base.
So big it will need to be built in two parts on the B9Creator.
The data sheet is attached below.
This one will be good when in resin.
Observation Post model with additional Radar Dish mounted on top.
Making use of the base plates from the cooling tower with some new designs.
A temple or fort in a sci-fi style that can be used on its own or with the same base plates.
An observation post in the same way, using the base plates.
The modular build allows me to get more out of my scenery. the base plates can be used on their own as landing pads or such.
All available on Shapeways.
6mm Game scale Sci-Fi buildings and vehicles produced on the B9Creator in B9 Red resin and Maker Juice G+ (with a little Red mixed in). Factory 42 yet to be built. Ideal for Battletech.
A shield or power generator. Modelled on a 3 hex tile, the tiles are lipped. The model is produced on 32mm and 25mm hex's to suit different tables.
These are available on Shapeways
The Drawing can be down loaded here - below
Modelling and printing 6mm Scale war gaming miniatures. A hover tank base with the option of a large pulse rifle or a missile rack (short range, I think). I will get some silicone rubber a tool to whit metal cast in to.
Started the print run for my version of the Battletech Longbow model; 1/60th scale will stand about 200/250mm tall. Getting the prints done before tooling to replicate. The images are the missile launcher "arms".
Finally managed to get round to my first attempt at printing with the B9. It seems I am unusual in that I intend to print at 70micron with the build platform size of 105 x 76mm; most users are in at 30micron with much smaller build size for hi-res printing of jewellery.
My first print - big fail (twice!)
My second attempt, much better. No supports just building directly from the platform and at least I got something from it. The resin has warped slightly and almost released from the platform. I think this is the reason for the "step" towards the end of the build.
Some more learning needed but fairly happy to see the progress.