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Joakim Ström
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Gamer, modeller, environmental professional and writer.
Gamer, modeller, environmental professional and writer.

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3D printing - Hot off the printer – fountain, bridge, outhouse and more
The
printer is a bit over a month old now and is happily chugging along. Much of
it is dungeon terrain from Printable
Scenery (more on that in a later post) but you’ve seen some Wild West
outhouses and shacks in previous posts. Here
are some of the things t...
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3D-Printing Review: Modelling Miniatures book
First
off, I have no experience with 3D-sculpting in a computer and do very little
real life sculpting, mainly with green-stuff. So
this guide-book is very much written for someone like me, as it is a beginners guide
on how to sculpt in 3D using free softwa...
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Crowdfunding Watch – 3D-printing – A calendar, a titan, figures and some terrain
£1
RPG & Wargame Scenery Advent Calendar - Fantasy & Sci Fi How
can you not like something like this? An advent calendar for gamers! It’s
such a good idea! For
£1 you’ll get the enjoyment of a little stl-‘gift’ each day from December 1 to
25, either fantasy...
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Crowdfunding Watch – 3D-printing – A calendar, a titan, figures and some terrain
£1
RPG & Wargame Scenery Advent Calendar - Fantasy & Sci Fi How
can you not like something like this? An advent calendar for gamers! It’s
such a good idea! For
£1 you’ll get the enjoyment of a little stl-‘gift’ each day from December 1 to
25, either fantasy...
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Crowdfunding Watch – 3D-printing – Pint-sized realms, a medieval village, Bundeswehr and Sci-Fi cars
A
varied selection of 3D-printing kickstarters this time. Tavern-Born™:
Pintsized Realms - 3D Printable Kingdoms I’ve
got a D&D campaign going, and whilst we are in dungeons or inside houses I
have no problems – I print the terrain and we’re off playing. Bu...
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Wild West – Fistful of Lead, gallows, houses, outhouses and more
We’ve
started a Wild West campaign at the club using the Fistful of Lead rules. They are really easy to learn, but not in
any way simple. Two games in and we are really enjoying ourselves and the
carnage that inevitably ensues. The
games inspired me to fini...
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Thumb and Nail from Rise of Moloch
Everything
is not 3D-printing now, even though that does take quite a bit of time. Here’s
the latest mini, Thumb and Nail from Smog: Rise of Moloch boardgame.   Another
amazing, and unsettling, mini from that game. I tried to paint them with inspiration fro...
Thumb and Nail from Rise of Moloch
Thumb and Nail from Rise of Moloch
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3D-Printing Review: Dungeon architect - Build a dungeon in a day
I
was kindly sent a bunch of review-files from the Dungeon architect -
Build a dungeon in a day kickstarter. If
you read the 3D-crowdfunding
watch on this campaign a while ago, you know I found this to be
good idea, and having tried it out I’m more than hap...
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Crowdfunding Watch – 3D-printing – A book, SF and a texture roller
I’ve
got review-copies from three different kickstarters recently, and I'm looking and printing from then now (Yes, the printer is up and running!).  Expect several reviews shortly. Back to the kickstarters of this watch! There are three of them  this time,...
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James, a nurse and September Tally
The
final two minis finished during September were James from Zombicide: Black
Plague and a nurse from Shadows of Brimstone . James
in the art does look a lot like Sean Connery from The Name of the Rose , and that might explain his name. The
nurse is a hero...
James, a nurse and September Tally
James, a nurse and September Tally
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