Today we complete the Food Mimic Gang with its final member – the Bad Bread.
The Bad Bread just wants to have fun. Not burdened with too much intellect the Bread merrily follows his gang members examples and does as he is told. The most fun the Bread can have is when engaged in combat. Using his massive size he loves to barrel into the midst of the enemy, crushing them with his body
Not all members of the Food Mimic Gang disguise themselves as baked goods, this one prefers to be a Chunk O’ Cheese.
The Chunk O’ Cheese has a vicious mean streak. She enjoys cruelty and inflicting pain on a scale that even disturbs her comrades from time to time. In times of combat the Cheese can always be found in melee, where she can do the most damage. She likes to stay on the sidelines though, trying to flank her enemies an pick of stragglers.
Another member of the Food Mimic Gang, the Dread Donut.
The inquisitive Dread Donut is the scholar of the gang. Her keen knowledge of the arcane arts is a valued resource for her comrades. Using her arcane might she provides ranged support for the gang in combat, battering the enemy with a huge array of deadly arcane eye beams from a distance.
Beside the voodoo puppets other strange beings called the swamp witch’s hut their home. None of them weirder than a gang of tiny mimics, disguised as food, who made their camp on the kitchen table. First off, we have the head of the gang, the Cunning Cupcake.
The Cunning Cupcake is the undisputed leader of the Food Mimic Gang. His clever tactics and shrewd ambushes helped the gang to waylay many victims. In combat the Cupcake likes to keep his distance from the enemy, leading his gang from behind and taking potshots at weakened enemies with his eyebeam.
Comet Lord Miniatures started a Patreon for 3d printable models in Feburary and one of their first minis was a Bulette. While most Bulette minis available are very static, this one has a great dynamic pose, which really brings it to life.
It’s really great to see how many fantastic new minis turn up on the net as printable 3D models almost daily. One good source for these minis is Patreon. More and more talented artists share their work on the site for mostly very reasonable monthly fees. I was thrilled to see a brand new Monster Mini Patreon last month by Rocket Pig Games. One of their first minis was a fantastic Bone Naga, which I immediately printed and painted.
About a month ago I started to experiment a bit with 3D modeling. There is an encounter in the Iron Kingdoms Witchfire Trilogy adventure “The Longest Night” featuring a sarcophagus of a high priest of menoth. I found a nice sarcophagus on Thingiverse, but it had the wrong symbol on the lid. So I sat down and created a 3D model of the symbol of Morrow and added it to the existing model. I also changed the base of the sarcophagus to sit at an angle.
To add even more elements to the encounter I also created a statue of the high priest. The statue itself is a Precursor Knight from Privateer Press, the socket is once again from Thingiverse.
Crypt of Morrow:
Symbol of Morrow 3D model:
Sarcophagus 3D model:
Just finished another addition to my RPG monster set, a beautiful Basilisk found on Thingiverse. Due to all of the spikes the print was a little tricky, but it turned out great.
With the rising number of exceptional models for 3D printing available on the web I decided to invest into a 3D printer about two month ago. I went for an Anycubic Photon DLP resin printer and I am very happy with the printing results.
Managed to get my hands on a fantastic Umber Hulk 3D model from Greg Breault. His version of the iconic D&D monster is a mix between the bulkier AD&D version and the thinner current D&D version:
The model printed without any problems:
Player character #3 – Tara Dust, a Human Detective who is searching for her missing father.
Tara is the first mini I designed and bought from Heroforge. While I was a bit sceptic when I saw the render of the mini, the final product was very detailed.