This is a small Guard House or a Toll Booth. Made in two pieces, the building and the roof.
This goes great with The Wizard's Tower as a minions small hut or with the Bridge or Walls sets as a Toll Booth or Guard House.
This also includes some altered files to use it as the entrance to your Wizard's Tower.
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This is a small wagon, great as scatter terrain in a village, town or Sir Cireneg's Castle.
It only comes with the wagon, axle and wheel (print twice). The other pieces can be purchased from my store. The barrels come in the Kitchen set and the bottle are part of the Wizard's Tower Accessories. ... [click here for more]
This is a well that will be great in the centre of a town or castle (especially Sir Cireneg's Castle, you should get that too!)
It also comes with a tentacle because we all want tentacles coming out of the well don't we? ... [click here for more]
Here is a free sample of our upcoming 3D printable scenery range for Wargames and RPG.
You'll find enclosed stl files to print the model on any 3D printer.
This is a multi part model in 28mm scale that needs assembly as follow :
The recommended settings are for PLA printing on any entry level 3D printer, adapt as needed to your printer .
100 or 150 microns layer height
5% to 15% percent... [click here for more]
Voxel House is launching its line of buildings and ruins from the Medieval/fantasy times for any wargame system. Our buildings are made for 1/64 (28mm) scale and can also be used on the 15mm or 10mm scale. All of our buildings come in parts, enabling assembly as a one-piece 3D kit or print. Outhouse kit is a made for your hero when nature calls!!! You can build a lot of different outhouses!
Ideal... [click here for more]
3D printable dug-in markers that you can print out at home and use them as a cheaper, but still visually pleasing, alternative on your tabletop.
These models were designed and tested by the two artists of Black Scrolls Games. You can print out these models on your own 3D printer or you can take them to a local library or a shop that offer this kind of service. They are ideal for... [click here for more]