OpenForge 2.0 Magic Circle: Astral
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One in a series of magic circles. Comes with floor tiles that can use any OpenForge 2.0 base and separate stone circles that can be placed anywhere.
These are all designed to print upright. The detail on them is too small to pick up well if printing flat. Since the z-axis is generally smaller then the nozzle on most fdm printers, when you want tight detail, it's much easier if you put that detail on the z-axis.
This is apparently an astral chart which is used in astrology. You'll need to use google translate to read that link unless you read spanish.
The 2" diameter circles were designed to work as the arcane circle pieces for Frostgrave: Ulterior Motives.
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