From the computer to the tabletop, this is all about games. Updated each week-end.
The 3D printer continues its quiet revolutionising of the tabletop. While you won’t see sharply detailed plastic figures emerge form those devices this decade, what we are seeing is a lot of interesting and useful terrain pieces appearing.
As with other projects of this type, with Warlayer you are not paying for the printed models; you are paying for the .stl files which will allow you to make your own with the 3D printer you own.
I’m not currently an owner of a 3D printer and it’s not something on my to-do list at present. However as projects like Warlayer show, the time is fast approaching where the best way to fill a tabletop for a game, scenario, or diorama is with a neoprene gaming mat and a 3D printer.
Check out the Warlayer project on Kickstarter. I’ll be over here, assembling and painting plastic terrain with the other dinosaurs!