role playing games

Out of the Abyss: Miguel Zavala Unveils New Dungeons & Dragons 3D Printable Model Collection

Out of the Abyss: Miguel Zavala Unveils New Dungeons & Dragons 3D Printable Model Collection

Miguel Zavala, a US Army vet, 3D designer, and Dungeons & Dragons player, was the focus of 3DPrint.com’s most heavily trafficked and shared article of 2016…or rather, the impressively detailed collection of 300 3D printed D&D monster models he created was the focus. He began this massive undertaking in 2015, and released the last of […]

Miguel Zavala, a US Army vet, 3D designer, and Dungeons & Dragons player, was the focus of 3DPrint.com’s most heavily trafficked and shared article of 2016…or rather, the impressively detailed collection of 300 3D printed D&D monster models he...
Check Out This Library of Over 200 3D Printed Dungeons & Dragons Monsters

Check Out This Library of Over 200 3D Printed Dungeons & Dragons Monsters

When Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson created the legendary Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) tabletop role playing game it is unlikely that they had any idea that it would become unquestionably the most popular RPG of all time. For over forty years the game has been a cultural touchstone for multiple generations of gamers and fans […]

When Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson created the legendary Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) tabletop role playing game it is unlikely that they had any idea that it would become unquestionably the most popular RPG of all time. For over forty years the game has been a...
Patreon Lets 3D Designer Showcase His Printable RPG Minis and Gain Support

Patreon Lets 3D Designer Showcase His Printable RPG Minis and Gain Support

The tradition of artistic patronage is centuries-old. It wasn’t until the late 19th century in France, when artists like Monet and Degas and the Impressionists began painting largely without being commissioned to do so and exhibiting and selling their own work, that patronage was no longer a requirement for artistic production and success. However, that […]

The tradition of artistic patronage is centuries-old. It wasn’t until the late 19th century in France, when artists like Monet and Degas and the Impressionists began painting largely without being commissioned to do so and exhibiting and selling their own work, that...
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