Love playing D&D or other tabletop role-playing games? This is a tale about where to find fantastic 3D printed RPG / D&D miniatures.
Sure, you could use a nickel to symbolize your half-orc ranger but, sometimes, that just begins feeling a little dull.
How about firing up the 3D printer and printing your character in fabulous 3D? We’ve compiled an awesome list of prints to get your party started.
No need to roll for initiative, just scroll!
Okay. You want to be the warrior with the epic sword, face obscured by a thick helmet en route to do something secretive and menacing. This handsome fella can be found on Thingiverse. Just don’t try to go it alone. Trust your teammates, brave warrior. There’s also another iteration of this warrior over here. The Designs are made by Andrew Stockton.
Are you a picker of locks? Stealer of coin purses? This particular thief is the booty for you. Find the design on Thingiverse here. If you’re looking for more of a typical humanoid figure, this rogue here might be more your speed. Or, if you love the FlatMini look, check out the designer’s page for elves, wizards, barkeepers, geometry teachers, and more!
There’s no shortage of dwarven warrior designs out there, including the huge array shown above. Find it here (made by Max Maurel). For a cleaner, simpler look, check out the low-poly warrior over here (made by David Hagemann). There’s also this crazy fire warrior dwarf on Youmagine (made by Harrison Baere).
Thingiverse’s RPG figurine collection is nothing without the work of Arian Croft (AKA dutchmogul) of Ill Gotten Games. Above is just a sample to get you started. The maker has nearly 500 designs, pretty much all of which are awesome RPG pieces. Find the RPG party above here or check out his page to find more cool designs.
3D Printed Whatever!: Love 3D Printing but can’t find that perfect figure? There’s a place called Hero Forge where heroes can craft their character from scratch, choosing race, clothes, items, mounts, and other details. Unfortunately, Hero Forge only sell prints, not design files — yet.
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