OpenForge wizard's lab set
by Jabberwock, published
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Intended to be used with the excellent OpenForge dungeon wall sets or 28mm miniatures.
These models are things you might find in a wizard's lab.
The books are intended to be "assembled" into the book shelves. Print them out separately, paint the spines, and then glue them to the shelves. I made a few versions so it is not the same pattern of books over and over. You can flip them around too so there is essentially 6 different patterns so you can make a lot of combinations.
The open book can be placed on the podium or wherever else you want.
The bottles are tricky because they are so small. Sometimes the print turns out and sometimes not. Fine with me, they are tiny and take almost no time to print. Increasing the scale would help a lot but then you've got giant bottles. As with the open book, glue them on other pieces to customize. Put them in/on the bookshelves, on a dresser, wherever, just have fun with it.
I made two versions of the wizard's desk in case the pentagram bothers you.
More to come.
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