28mm Lord's Banquet Table and Chairs

by Curufin, published

28mm Lord's Banquet Table and Chairs by Curufin Oct 4, 2016


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The Lord's Banquet Table and Chairs might be a perfect addition for your RPG games. The table measures 1.5" (38.1mm) x 4" (101.6mm). I have also included 2 extra versions of the Lord's Chair (throne) without wood grain, just in case you want to paint it to look like iron or gold. All the chairs can accommodate sitting 25mm-28mm miniatures.

I printed these in PLA at a resolution of .1mm. All files have been run though Netfabb.


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Woah, where did you get those minis?!

Most of the sitting miniatures were from a Kickstarter, but are now available here: http://johnnyborgcastings.blogspot.com/2015/06

The lord is a Denethor mini from the old LotR Mithril line.

Awesome work, i love it.

Looks great! The wood grain really comes out well!

Insanely great work as usual curufin! :) Love the work you are doing with your TrueTiles kickstarter! It's amazing how good your stuff turns out all the time, the quantity of the pieces and how fast you get them done!

Thanks, Jen! The Kickstarter was a crazy, wild ride....

I supported your Kickstarter, but I really appreciate your contributions to the community. Thanks.