|Leo Glass Managing Editor|
I love the design, Peg'giz.
Super thrilled to have a mini for it sooner rather than later.
I'm wondering how much of your work could be used to do a 28mm model of the ship for when the players want to "relax" inside (or an encounter with a fight inside, that's still possible), I'd love to have a full 3d printeded model of it and use some of EC3D's stuff to actually make modular cargo bay types for the PCs to customize.
I think I will make the files (.obj and .ctb) available this week (need a little bit tweaking at some points and have to find the right scale).
For the 28mm Battlemap version (I think this is what you are talking about):
Even with the floor plans this would probably need some time, so make it modular and fitting to other 28mm battlemap assets.
Also I don't own a FDM 3d printer myself and my Resin printers print area is to small for a 28 mm battlemap print (so I couldn't do any test-prints). So it's unlikely that I will do it (but never say never^^).
By the way:Does anyone has some experience with 3D Resin printing? I have a Elegoo Mars and my models look alsways great from the top, but the bottom side is always a woobly mass, without any details. Anyone know how to fix this?
Can you put the diagram up on stilts that you can cut off later? (i don't know if that works with resin printing)
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Yeah, have to do it to support hang-overs etc.
After some research I found a possible issue which should be fixed by printing the model at an angle.
So only issue left far is the scaling of the .obj file. I used the correct scaling in my 3D modelling tool (3D Max) but once I export it to my printing program the model is shrunk by ~50%...
Will do another test-print this weekend and post the result here (and also making the .obj files available then)
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Uploaded the pictures of the latest print (not yet painted or primed).
I also uploaded the .stl, .obj. file as well as the .ctb & .chitubox file on my google drive:
Feel free to download it and use it. If you share it on social media it would be nice if you can link my artstation profile:
This was really a fun project and I hope you all like the result. If you have feedback feel free to poke me.
That is so heckin rad, Peg'giz! Great work.
I just wanted to add, Jason mentioned there would be maps of all decks in volume 2, but I couldn't find them anywhere in the PDFs. Did I miss something, or did they not include them in this volume?
Ignore that. I was looking at the PDF as a multi-chapter instead of single file and the info was in the "front matter" and "back matter" sections, which I skipped like an absolute noob.