Well the expected snow and wind came and today proved to be a bad day to be a bus driver…

70mph winds and snow, never a good mix. I had t go into town to help my mother in law fix her sink and nearly had the 4WD going sideways too.

I got my first ruined building printed, this came from the Frost Kickstarter by Iain Lovecraft…

I was going to print some other things but sadly, the printer decided it was too cold. The above building comes in three bits, ground, first floor and roof. I am going to add a floor into the second level to allow for miniature placement. The whole thing took 31 hours to print. But as you can see – it is quite large.

I also managed to get some painting done this evening, not a huge amount, but there was Progress happening…

I actually tried to photograph four miniatures here!

I went back over the tentacles and spines on the Nurgle lot with white as well as giving them a layer of Contrast Skeleton bone.

I also spent some time today messing around with the old 3D Builder as well as seeing what the heck I actually had regarding the 3D Printers.

10 thoughts on “Snow, Printers and Paint

  1. It’s no rally “funny”, but we got a traffic alter last night about a motor coach bus blocking all lanes of route 85 south of us heading into Alabama! And we’re talking dry roads! Southern drivers, lol!

    Oh, and I’m loving these printed buildings. Are you using your Fitment printer or resin for these prints??

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    1. Saw your like and re-read my reply, you would think English isn’t my first language, it should have read (CAPs correction):

      It’s NOT REALLY “funny”, but we got a traffic ALERT last night about a motor coach bus blocking all lanes of route 85 south of us heading into Alabama! And we’re talking dry roads! Southern drivers, lol!

      Oh, and I’m loving these printed buildings. Are you using your FILAMENT printer or resin for these prints??

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  2. That’s a really nice piece of terrain and will certainly be awesome on the gaming table. Had no idea these things take that long to print though. I’ve seen pics of huge tables covered with dungeons and terrain, I can’t imagine how long it took them, years?!

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    1. This was on standard setting, I could crank it out to silly detail level… might be an idea for a post in the future. To be fair though I walk off and leave it running, so most of it is busy when I am not there.

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