Just wanted to let you all know that our new co-op sci-fi dungeon crawler is going into its last week on KS. All the figs have been prototyped on or Form2 printer and if anyone has any question on how this helps game dev just let me know. There are also numerous 3-D printing related articles in the update section.
Also for model collectors I would point out there is a contributor level that includes the 3-D print ready files for all the characters and monsters in the game...that is currently 35+ unique figs. ;)
a bunch of months ago i finally buy a 3d printer and the old desire to finish my game start scratchin' me.
So with blender (and a bit of tinkercad) i start making all the pawns needed.
the boardgame is a coop-competitive game for 3-5 players, in a world (a hexed table :D) where magic is real and the darkness
could take control of all.
The players could play one of the "want to be prophet" or they could play the "sisterhood" of sorceress who, in past, stop the
evil queen of darkness caging her in a magic prison.
The game will force players to fight/coop each other in a struggle to reach magic items, important site on map (fortress, cities, villages, ruins),
defending humans from falling to the hand of darkness.
The dark player is a npc player at the start, but one of the prophets is a "traitor of his kind" and during the game he could/will reveal himself as
the groom of the queen.
as soon as they are ready i will post all the minis, pawns, structures, terrains, counters, coins, manachips here free to print for ya all.
the rules will be a pdf and will be downloadable at the moment it's ready
the deck of cards needed to play is on making (i use nandeck for it) and probably will be the last items ready.
if interested consider to write a note to me, suggestion, critics, ask, i will answer as fast as possible (consider that i do this
in spare time... :D, making game is not my work :DD)
i tag all my items with "LotP" tag in thingiverse so it's easy to seek it .
making Lure of the Prophets
Hey all. I'm getting back in to 3D modeling. I used Poser and Maya back when they were, well, new. A lot has changed...
There are a lot of models out there that are based in games, like Fortnite, etc, and I was wondering if anyone could point me to an instructional resource in how to capture and convert images into 3D.
Thanks a lot in advance!
I've been having trouble with the supports on my models adhering too tightly and at times breaking the models while removing the support. Here are the settings I'm using in Cura with PLA plastic.
Support Placement: Everywhere
Support Overhang Angle: 50
Support Pattern: Zig Zag
Support Density: 4
Support Horizontal Expansion: 0.2
Support Infill Layer Thickness: 0.0875
Gradual Support Infill Steps: 0
Enable Support Interface: Unchecked.
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