By Cults on December 9, 2019 11:17
These models were created with the generous support of my patrons on Patreon. You can join the fun at https://www.patreon.com/sablebadger to get advance access, free models, and support a quickly growing collection of tabletop models. Higher tiers can also participate in polling, and suggest future projects. This model is a reworking of piece of terrain I created a while ago for a tower, making it into a sweet dice tower. The tower is modular so you can print it a section at a time, and breaks down for storage or transport. No support required for this print, and painting is pretty easy to get a good result. You will need a couple shades of grey and a cheap sponge (one of the open cell ones, even a kitchen sponge works if it's clean). Steps: Prime in a grey color. Sponge on a dark grey color (cheap craft paints preferred) in a fairly heavy coat. Don't worry about being super neat and total coverage not required. after the coat is dry, sponge on a lighter grey with less coverage. Focus on the tops, and edges where light might hit. Leave some of the previous coat showing through. Accent with a lighter grey if you want (I usually stop at step 3 for bulk painting) just little dabs on high spots, and tops. You can also dab brown/green around the base lightly to give it some extra flavor. If you'd like to purchase a print of this, you can check here are FunBoardGames on Etsy who is the only authorized vendor of these printed models. https://www.etsy.com/shop/FunBoardGames If the models aren't up on his site just shoot him an email with a request, he is usually pretty quick to respond.
3D file format: STL