It’s been awhile since our last email and we wanted to let you in on a little secret.
In conjunction with the Cochin Kickstarter we have also been quietly working on something pretty exciting. From early on our printed terrain customers have asked for a way to build their own bundle.
Well that time has finally arrived. We’ve launched the Bundle Builder on our new and improved website!
Click on the button below to check out the Bundle Builder. You can reply to this email with any feedback you have! We love to hear from you guys!
Imperial Terrain has an amazing Kickstarter
Find out more after the jump: Kickstarter
Imperial Terrain’s newest model is this beautiful Ancient Ruins Store House which also comes with some bonus crates. This piece would work great on a Yavin V table.
Here’s their write up:
An expansion set for our Ancient Ruins line of wargaming terrain, the Store House was once a prominent structure for an ancient civilization. Time has definitely taken its toll, eroding over half the building but leaving strong stone ruins behind. The Store House could be used merely as ancient ruins that a battle is happening in or hobbied up to be a temporary control center.
A set of 7 unique crates and containers come as part of the set as well.
Store House Measurements: 13″ long x 9″ wide x 7.5″ Tall
Physical Model: $65.99 +shipping
STL File: $5.00
The Ancient Ruins Store House is also included in their “Ancient Ruins” STL bundle
“Show me the terrain, win a Prusa MK2S”
Win a brand new Prusa MK2S, Read details below
We are working diligently behind the scenes “on some stuff”, and in order to wrap up, we want something from you, the community. We are asking for 1-3 pictures of actual wargames using finished/crafted/hobbied/painted, whatever you want to call it, terrain. It doesn’t all have to be Imperial Terrain, but since its an Imperial Terrain sanctioned competition, it needs to be prominent.
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As you’re probably aware, you’re able to purchase Imperial Terrain’s STL files to print their awesome terrain on your very own 3D printer.
As you’re probably also aware of, 3D printing can be a real trial and error…with lots of errors. To levitate that with their terrain, Imperial Terrain has created a guide.
Check it out after the jump: The Imperials 3D Printer Settings
Imperial Terrain has a pretty awesome tutorial on painting their 3D printed Desert Tower. I love their stuff, and actually used this tutorial to paint some of the buildings that I purchased from them.
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