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- 27/09/2020 at 18:14 in reply to: 3D Printable Necron-Style Tomb Complex is now available #144728
Here are some more examples of the structures you can build using the Pyramid components:10/03/2019 at 18:19 in reply to: 3d Printable Sci-fi Buildings for Tabletop Wargames #110638
I love the designs. I probably won’t be a 3d printer user myself until the bell curve has advanced quite a bit further, but I just have to say, the designs are great.
Have you tried your local Public Library or College? Many of them have been creating “Maker Spaces” with 3D printers available for anyone to use.
You can also look into places like Fablab, Techshop and Hackerspaces to see if any of them are in your area. Those are creative spaces where you pay a small fee (usually $10-$20) and you can use any equipment they have available. Many of them have everything from 3D printers to CNC machines.
Here are pics of the (mostly) finished C&C Mech. I might add some more detail to it, but overall it’s pretty much done.
Used mostly for collecting battle data and directing troops to where they are most needed. It usually stays back on the battlefield, armed only with a small anti-infantry weapon.
I made a few revisions to the stretch goals to make them a bit more reasonable.
I altered the stretch goal for the drone down to $1000, the Hovertank Mech down to $2000 and added a new stretch goal.
The new Stretch Goal at $700 is a Command & Control turret option for the artillery mech. Its inspired by the Schenkel Ma.K model.
Here’s a WIP of the turret:29/12/2015 at 18:14 in reply to: Wulfshéade MIniatures Facebook Page and Kickstarter preview #36067
Here is a link to my Imgur folder with all the models that will be in the KS.
These aren’t the final pics that will be used in the KS, but it will give you a good look at the models.28/12/2015 at 18:16 in reply to: Wulfshéade MIniatures Facebook Page and Kickstarter preview #36058
Hi William, it is a public group. I’m not sure why you can’t view the page though.13/11/2014 at 03:44 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #12588
I’m not sure why the pics are so small, but if you click on the gear in the upper right corner it allows you to see larger images.12/11/2014 at 01:43 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #12543
Here are some pics of the finished hover and walker mechs.
I’ll get pics of the finished Kassians and Proteans later this week.11/11/2014 at 20:28 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #12528
So I came up with manes for the Alien and Not-Mimics. The Alien race will be called Kassians, named after the Kassites that took over Babylon when it fell. The worshiped horses and had some nasty cavalry for their time.
The not-mimics will be called Proteans. A simple enough name that I think fits their function.
I haven’t thought of a name for the mechanical race yet.06/11/2014 at 02:13 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #1212603/11/2014 at 20:20 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #11982
I’ll have to take a look at doing 6mm versions later on. We’ll see how the KS goes first.03/11/2014 at 03:49 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #1193701/11/2014 at 22:38 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #11843
Here’s a small update for the third set of aliens that will be in my Kickstarter. I hope to get it started sometime next week, I want to have enough WIP models to show backers what they’ll get.
Not sure what I’ll call them yet, but here’s some pics:
There will be two sizes with modular arms. The tentacles will form into different weapons like close combat or ranged.
I think the heads will be something like this pic:
Not sure of the squad size yet, maybe 1 large and 5 small per squad.
I’m still working on the “mech” faction and will post pics of them tomorrow.
Let me know what you think, feedback is always welcome.26/10/2014 at 18:43 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #11279
I have a sculpt for the mech faction, a basic trooper, almost finished and will post pics of it later today. It’s inspired by a Makoto Kobayashi mech, the Bound-Doc, and a mech from Linebarrels of Iron, the Rail Splitter.
For the 3rd faction I think I’ll go with the “Mimic-like” aliens from Edge of Tomorrow. I’m messing around with a test sculpt of a large alien and I think it looks good.
It resembles the Mimics form the movie, it looks like it’s made from bundles of “cables” etc. I haven’t done the head yet. Not sure what their “weapons” are either. Maybe they create them out of their own bodies?20/10/2014 at 18:27 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #10965
The first armature I made was more “centaur-like” but I wanted to avoid “fantasy in space”.19/10/2014 at 18:09 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #10902
Perhaps your mechanical/robotic faction could be the opposite – smaller, lightweight, but swarm in hordes (preferably not a “dwarf” shape). Andrew
I’m basing the look and feel of the mech/robotic faction off the Maschinen Krieger look.
They’ll have that bulbous, organic, asymmetrical look to them.18/10/2014 at 03:03 in reply to: Starting a range 15mm sci-fi models FB is welcome! #10835
I have an idea for a mech faction that separates into smaller mechs when damage is taken.
I’m not sure how I can translate this into a 15mm scale but when I worked for GW I had done a test sculpt of a Chaos Spawn that was similar. When it took damage you removed a part of it so the figure would change as damage is taken.
I have tons of ideas, I just need time to realize them!