Expand your Starship deck plans with this bridge tile set! Allows the construction of starship or other sci-fi control panels and bridge seating. Includes seven control panels, three seat variants (based and unbased), and a doorway, suitable for use with 28-32mm miniatures.
Compatible with the OpenLOCK system created by and available at Printable Scenery. You will need the basic OpenLOCK templates... [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]
Create your own battlemover, suitable for your Sci-Fi rpg or tabletop wargame! The battlemover could be a giant robot tank, or scaled down to build security droids.
The model is fully articulated for easier printing and posing. The parts snap together for glueless assembly. Suitable for use with 28-32mm miniatures. These tiles are commercially available versions of 2nd Dynasty's 2017 Starship Kickstarter.... [click here for more]
This is a 3D printable evil tree monster based on a model I made to portray Wintersplinter from the D&D 5e module Curse of Strahd, but it can be used to portray any ambulatory tree of malign disposition, and you can even splice the print at the top of the legs if you want a non-ambulatory version.
I recommend you print this using 4-6 top, outside and... [click here for more]