Long posts suck – it’s like looking for a cooking recipe and having to get through the author’s whole life story before seeing the ingredients list. With that in mind I’ll keep this post short.
I own a few 3D printers, and love them oh so much. One benefit is I get to print little minis, and below I’ll share a quirky set that I printed, painted, and am looking for a chance to use them in something, maybe as my own little version of Ewoks in a D&D campaign.
I didn’t create the models, though 3D modeling is something I’d like to get into. All of these were printed with my heavily modified workhorse, an Ender 3. You can see layer lines from this printer which is mostly inevitable unless I wanted to sand all of the little nooks and crannies (I didn’t).
All of the paint is the cheap kind you can find at Target or Walmart, with the exception of three Games Workshop paints you can see for the gemstones. Those technical paints are just really fun to use, and certainly help things stand out.
3 thoughts on “The Rock People”
Hi! I’ve been looking all over for this exact set of mini stl’s. Would you be able to share the artist/files used?
Hi Julian! There are a lot of remixes for these guys so a number of the files are from other accounts, but from what I can find this is the original creator of the base figures: https://www.thingiverse.com/dutchmogul/designs
I hope this helps!
Hi Danny, thank you so much for replying! That link helps a lot and now I know they’re called Clods! It’s been a pain looking up ‘boulder’ or ‘stone’ people and only getting actual boulders and stones. Thanks again!