Ten 3D Printable Things: More Game of Thrones

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Welcome to Ten 3D Printable Things. Every week I’ll be showcasing 10 fantastic and FREE 3D printable projects, designs and models from all over the web. 

As most of the country gets ready to settle in and watch the final episode of Game of Thrones we will also need to mentally prepare ourselves for the fact that, not only will we have to wait almost 2 years for the next season, but it’s going to be a paltry 6 episodes in length. Granted, the show has been chewing up storylines like crazy this season, but I have no idea how they’re possibly going to be able to get a satisfying ending with only a half dozen more episodes.

However, we do have the possible spin-offs to look forward to, and the eventual release of the next book, so our Game of Thrones future has plenty for us to look forward to. So rather than fall into a deep TV depression Sunday night we should put our energy into 3D printing some awesome Game of Thrones-inspired models.

NOTE: I have been very careful to exclude anything that could reasonably be considered a spoiler from this season, however there may be a few minor spoilers from some of the show’s earlier seasons, proceed at your own risk.

Check out last year’s Game of Thrones 103DPThings uploaded last year, and here are Ten More 3D Printable Game of Thrones Models:


House Stark, House Targaryen, House Arryn, House Greyjoy, House Lannister, House Baratheon by Daniel Schunemann, EDV & Ricardo Alves

Found on: MyMiniFactory
Cost: Free

There are a bunch of sigils from the great houses of Westeros available to 3D print, so you can bend the knee to the house of your choice. These simple sigils are the perfect size to use as decorations for costumes, but you can use them for just about anything.


Game of Thrones Longclaw Sword by plrmaker7

Found on: Thingiverse
Cost: Free

Before his untimely death, the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch Jeor Mormont saw something special in Jon Snow, the bastard son of Eddard Stark. So he gifted Jon with his family’s priceless Valyrian steel sword but had a new handle and pommel made with a direwolf motif and named it Longclaw. This fantastic 3D printable version of Longclaw can be used for either cosplay or you can paint it up and display it in your home.


Hound’s Helm Inspired Dog Armour by Ricardo Alves

Found on: MyMiniFactory
Cost: Free

The Hound may no longer wear his terrifying hound helm into battle, but it remains one of the cooler pieces of armor created for the series. Here is an awesome suit of armor inspired by the helm made for your own hound. And if you don’t have a dog to put this on, there is also a small, decorative replica of the Hound’s helm that you can print for yourself.


GOT Stark Dice Cup by Stewart Davies

Found on: MyMiniFactory
Cost: Free

While the obvious use for this is as a dice cup of course, it actually makes a pretty great storage or gift box. It could also be used as a pencil cup, or even as a small decorative planter. I think it would look fantastic printed in an exotic material, like a metallic or even a wood material. Printing this in wood and then staining it with a dark stain would look fantastic and really make it something special.


Oathkeeper – Game Of Thrones by Julian Lizan Sanchez

Found on: MyMiniFactory
Cost: Free

After being charged with keeping Jaime Lannister safe and escorting him back to King’s Landing by Catelyn Stark, Brienne of Tarth ended up saving his life more than once and in turn having hers saved by him. Their adventures created a bond so strong that Jaime gifted her with the Valyrian steel sword given to him by his father, named Oathkeeper. He then charged her to go and keep her oath, to find Catelyn’s lost children. This fantastic 3D printable replica will take a bit of work to assemble and paint, but it will look amazing as part of your costume or hanging on your wall.


Hodor Door Stop by Ichbinrooster

Found on: Thingiverse
Cost: Free

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Melisandre’s Ruby Choker, Necklace by BoldPrintShop

Found on: Thingiverse
Cost: Free

As a humble servant of the Lord of Light and fan of rustic barbecues, the red priestess Melisandre always has to look her best, and her secret weapon is the ostentatious red ruby choker that she always wears. It’s better than a gallon of face cream and literally keeps her looking 20 (or 200) years younger. This 3D printable version is a really great recreation of the choker, and it can either be printed out in metallic filament or painted to look like actual metal. It’s perfect for cosplay, obviously, but it is also just a really cool piece of 3D printable jewelry.


Direwolf Sword Bookmark by GeriEr

Found on: Thingiverse
Cost: Free

If 3D printing replica swords or fancy jewelry is more than you’re capable of but you still want to print yourself something cool, this direwolf bookmark is just what the doctor ordered. It’s a pretty simple print, but it actually has a lot of great detail. You can either paint it to look like it’s made from metal, or just use it as is.


Daenerys Targaryen – Game of Thrones by MyMiniFactory

Found on: MyMiniFactory
Cost: Free

Her name is Daenerys Stormborn of the House Targaryen, the First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of the Andals, the Rhoynar and the First Men, Queen of Meereen, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Protector of the Realm, Lady Regnant of the Seven Kingdoms, Breaker of Chains and Mother of Dragons, and she has a lot of problems finding any of those souvenir keychains with her name written on it. She is easily one of the show’s most popular characters, so it makes sense that someone made this fantastic 3D printable bust of her. The good news is that by the time you get done saying her full name and title, the print will be done.


Needle Arya Stark’s sword by Daniel de la Calle

Found on: MyMiniFactory
Cost: Free

The only character on Game of Thrones that is probably more popular than Daenerys would be young Arya Stark. Since the very first episode she’s carried her trusty sword, made for her by her favorite brother Jon Snow. She named it Needle, and despite it being small and unassuming, in her hands it is far deadlier than its name suggests. This fantastic printable replica comes with a cool display stand so you can hang it from your wall. If you want to try your hand at making a 3D printable sword, but are afraid to start with some of the larger ones on this list, then this is the perfect place to start.

That’s all for this week, happy 3D printing and enjoy the last Game of Thrones that we’re going to see for a while!

As always, you can email me your feedback and theme suggestions, and I always love to see what 3D printing projects you’ve been working on. You can also find me on Twitter @SJGrunewald, so say hi and feel free show off what you printed. Tag it #103dpthings and you’ll get a RT.


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