Those who follow my blog, may have noticed some not too cryptic comments about being involved with a SECRET project. Now it can be revealed! The folks at Lv-427 Designs have now released the Prison Ship Corridor Line of terrain tiles. They had reached out to me to see if I would be interested in being one of their test printers.
How could I refuse?
So I have been busy with my FDM printer, getting the test prints done for each of these tiles & now my test images are appearing on their site! I'm Published! How cool is that!
Not without issues on my end, it has provided me a bit more opportunity to learn how to fix some issues, with a little help from the Lv-427 community. But as I continue to discover with 3d printing...there is always so much more that you need to learn.
Here is a quick display of the tiles printed thus far. Sorry for the dark colours as I've been priming stuff, as we begin to move into Fall weather. I am currently working on a session with a couple of friends to learn about airbrushing (& most important - making sure I know how to clean them when done!) So I hope to use these tiles for my training. As well I am going for a darker palette for the prison, as there seems something slightly odd with well lit, bright, prisons. They really shouldn't be some place you want to return too!
I've only printed out the 1 cell tile thus far, so have a few more of those to make & then will be using these 'ship' tiles for a prison base where a scenario can be built to rescue one of the captives in Stargrave.
You are certainly welcome to view my test print images on the Lv-427 site, but I've added a couple below.
So I hope you like what your seeing! I know the folks at Lv-427 have been busy with their projects & are coming out with even more 'themed' sets...but for those, the cat is back in the bag. I can see these being fantastic for many systems, Stargrave being the main one for me.
Now we just need to get past this pandemic to allow us to get back together & get our Stargrave campaign started, but with the latest, that won't be any time soon. Thanks as always for visiting.