52mm scale Goblin and Other Early Works

by GameScape3D, published

52mm scale Goblin and Other Early Works by GameScape3D May 29, 2014


These are a small collection of my early works. I have collapsed many other releases I did on here and am presenting the more popular one here. I started teaching myself modeling and 3d printing in early 2014 and it wasn't amazing. If you like these models it's because you don't know any better. On-the-other-hand my early work is the only FFF friendly stuff I have as far as figures go. http://gamescape3d.com

52mm scale Goblin stands around 32mm tall. This is a free sample from our spring '14 line, for personal use only!
ASSEMBLY REQUIRED:Will likely require xacto blade, or sanding, and superglue to assemble weapons/shields to figure. We advise the following settings for slicing
Layer height: Between .20- .10mm
auto_support: Between 2- 1.5
Fill Density: 70% or greater
See more designs at our blog or website

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Am I able to scale it down for the 28mm figure use?

People have reported that they mostly print out fine at 28mm. I think the multiuplier is .64 or 64% depending on what you use to scale.

As far as 3 coat speed painting goes, I think Teri's warhammer videos cover it well

I would add these notes.
Just use liquitex acrylics, Abs takes acrylic really well. I would pick up some acrylic matte medium and micro pens as well
the matte medium is just paint without pigment in it, you can mix it with water and paint for doing extra glaze coatings. Leave them dry for 24hrs before doing any art pen work or you'll wreck the pens. The prints will look better painted in real life, they photograph poorly as the camera tends to amplify texture from printed layers.


it looks very nice!
I am a newbie and I wonder how to color the miniatures.. could you give me some advice? Thank you!