It was a bit more delayed than I wanted it to be but the next 4 Txarli base textures are now available with the rest coming as soon as we can.
During the war of the gods in Aera, after the Tyrant-God Tialevor corrupted the sacred tree of life Yaldain, a group of Arverians managed to escape from Aera and reach the continent of Rotvar, bringing the magical seeds of the tree Yaldain.
Today the Arverians, a proud but peaceful people, protect the sacred Rotvarian forest of Deeproots from the corruption, thanks to their great skill in the use of bows, spears and shields, repelling any threat such as the Gurunda manace, or the Dumlok who by order of Tialevor want to destroy the reborn Yaldain.
We are pleased to announce a new commercial license for some fantasticly detailed wargaming bases.
While the Kickstarter for these files delivered some time ago I’ve been so busy I’d not had a chance to start listing them. I also wasn’t sure how I was going to do it. Today I managed to carve out some time to get started.
These wargaming base stls are very versatile and I have decided to offer them in 3 different options. All of the option come with the texture printed in resin for the highest detail level and they are all printed in 2 parts to allow ease of printing.
The first option is for the underlying base to be printed in the same resin as the textured topper, this gives a nice smooth finish to the base rim but is a little more expensive than the other options.
Secondly you can combine your chosen topper texture with an FDM plastic printed base for a cheaper and slightly more rugged option.
Lastly you can buy just the toppers if you are using the bases with your existing bases like from Games Workshop sets.
Eventually the toppers will be available as Round Lipped bases inserts for popular games like Warmachine and Hordes but I will be getting the bevelled edged bases listed first.
Its a bit of a long labourious process pricing, doing images and listing the base sets so I will be publishing a few sets each day until all 20 sets are released. Currently available are the Volcanic, Factory, WWII and Crystal sets.
With many more sets to come over the next week.
Requiem Templars stand before the chaos and corruption that rages in the world as immovable fortresses, protected by consecrated armour and incenses, capable of warding off the sacrilegious curses of their enemies. The Requiem Brotherhood was created centuries ago in the name of the saint Sol the Holiest in the stronghold of Dosmagal, hidden in the freezing mountains of Rotvar. Skilled clerics and paladins, the Requiem Templars are selected and trained with the sole purpose of breaking the bones of the creatures of corruption and chaos, wielding immense hammers, clubs and flails to break their bones.
A couple of the past Artisan Guild releases that I had picked up but hadn’t had the chance to list yet have just been pre-supported so I thought it weas rude not to get them on the website. 2 terrain pieces as well as the absolutely epic Demon King Baalzrodan.
Baalzrodan has so many options for his weapons we are doing our best to offer you plenty of choice without affecting the price too much.
I wanted to highlight a Kickstarter I came across the other day. Spool Tower by Digital Taxidermy is fantastic way to re-use old fialment spools and turn them into something useful.
I dowloaded the sample files and after following the simple instructions tweaked the files to fit my empty spools. A bit of cheap eBay ‘Wood’ fialment (I’m not sure there’s any actual wood in there but it’s the right colour) and a few ink washes and some stipling and we get this.
Whilst still clearly a filament spool the result is brilliant. With a few more greebles and maybe a stone texture (paint or print) on the grey section you’d be hard pushed to find fault. Each printed layer (in this sample file) took only 68g of filament making it super cheap too.
The kickstarter has options for roof pieces to cover the top of the spool but they aren’t available in the sample files, however with the surround pieces in place a second spool fits nicely ontop for the addtional layers to be added.
I would strongly suggest you take a look if you have need for cheap terrain and have a abundance of spools. I will be printing up a bunch of different ones for the tables at my FLGS – Nerdy Coffee Co.