I recently figured out a decent pipeline to get Blender models into Tabletop Simulator (TTS) for online gaming. Let's face it, if I'm painting digital minis I can keep putting off painting my physical ones.
Bonus Content I think I found my answer. This is my GTA-hole printed by Impact Miniatures. My friend told me about this small shop and I was able to send Tom the .STL file right over facebook. Shipping speed was about on par with Shapeways and the price was great. In practice, I'd compare this … Continue reading Hero Forge and Shapeways, Part IV
In Part II I expressed concern how the Professional Plastic (black HP nylon) from Shapeways would handle my ham-handed painting techniques. The GTA-hole in his... rhino-skin suit?Sneak attack! I tried a little ink wash right after I primed it just to see, and the wash mostly worked. The issue was that the wash would cover … Continue reading Hero Forge and Shapeways, Part III
I painted this guy for my father-in-law for Christmas. Model train displays are just wargaming terrain before the dropships land, anyway.
In Part I, we looked at three miniatures in three different materials. I've primed all of them with white matte spray paint and wanted to get this brief post up, since Part III (what it's like to paint them) is going to be contingent on me having time to paint. The elf decker and cowboy, … Continue reading Hero Forge and Shapeways, Part II
I took advantage of some Black Friday deals to get some miniatures 3d printed, like I need more or something. I designed all 3 in Hero Forge but only ordered one mini direct from them. For the other two, I downloaded the .stl files and uploaded them to Shapeways. Shapeways recently revamped the materials they offer and I … Continue reading Hero Forge and Shapeways, Part I