Finished a few more prints on the Creality CR-10 this week. All fantasy-based this time since I'm gearing up to start some Frostgrave sessions soon.
Here's part of a set for an Adventurer's Campsite. These came from Thingiverse (links to follow) but I think the designer has a more detailed/extra bits set available on DriverThru RPG.
Again, these are straight off the print bed without any touch-ups or finishing.
I realised that I often just post pictures of stuff without anything else next to them to give any idea as to their size.
Here's a small monument/statue that has attracted the attention of Snotwrangle the 25mm and Brutus the 28mm.
I'll post file/printer settings later once I have dug them out.
Quite chuffed with how well the fine detail on the plinth inscriptions and thin cloak/robe materials have printed.
Considering how big the print area on the CR-10 is, it really can do some exceptionally fine detail.
Last one for the day. This is the Dragon Arch from Printable Scenery.
Snotwrangle the 25mm and Brutus the 28mm seem to be squaring off to see who gets to go through it first...
Even without any post-printing work, the detail comes through very well and I think this will work really well as part of the Frostgrave scenery.
The glorious detailing is carried over onto the rear of the piece as well.
I can heartily recommend Matt and the peeps over at Printable Scenery, their design skills are top-notch and the value you get from their Kickstarters is astounding. You could easily fill multiple battle boards with their stuff, or even just pick up one or two bits to print and flesh out your own work.
A saltbeard Grognard who's glad he never grew up enough to lose his imagination.