Posts Tagged ‘3D’
It’s also a hybrid set, featuring both 2d and 3d paper models. There are foldable paper models of stairs, platforms, and an obelisk (with three different styles).
I know it’s tooting my own horn, but this is a pretty cool set and will fit with any Egyptian (or similar theme). Anyone out there still gaming with the Al-Qadim setting for Forgotten Realms?
Pulp fiction lovers can go all Indiana Jones with this set. It will also work for all the Prince of Persia knock-off games I envision coming after the new movie hits theaters this summer.
Print and cut carefully, and don’t forget to send me your photos!
More 3D goodies for Stone Kingdom, this time I’ve put together two sizes of tables: 1×1 and 2×1.
Download, print, cut, and fold yourself some tables for halls, taverns, or inns.
If you grabbed last week’s platform pack, you know what you’re in for in this one.
Same sizes (2x2x1 and 2x2x½), these pieces are meant to add some height to your otherwise flat campaign worlds. Like last week’s download, the 1 inch high platform can be turned on its side for even higher platforms.
I’m looking for some “in-action” shots of your miniatures with the 3D (or even the 2D) terrain. The idea for a user-submitted gallery has long been of interest to me, so send in your photos!
I had this built a while back, but my hard drive crash ate it.
This pack contains two basic types of 3D paper model platforms, 2x2x1 and 2x2x½ inch pieces. Print and build as many as you want or need. 1 inch tall version will work either flat on the ground or on its side (for a two inch high narrow platform).
Look for more platforms for Starbase Omicron and Stone Kingdom coming soon.
New 3D elements for Stone Kingdom: Columns and Blocks. Pretty simple to build and use, they should add some depth to your existing 2D Stone Kingdom dungeons.
Get the newest 3D object for Starbase Omicron: The Bunker. This 2×4 inch trapezoidal building can be used for various small buildings or entrances.