The visual aid should help.
Having a little trouble with my Ender 3. Not sure but I think the aluminum bed might be warped. The problem is that very large prints are not adhering to the bed.. Got to look into the problem. Printed out the viking ship. It is a monster, as you will see; Along with some carts... Hope you like them. I did purchase the WW2 Normandy set. The first building is printing now.Bed adhesion problem. I have learned to make sure I watch the first few layers More of the problem.. It was an 8 hours build timeGreat looking wagonMounted Saxon to show size.
The print came out great. The total run time was just over 36 hours. This time I made sure that the first level was put down to the glass bed with no problems. The two 28mm figures are to show the size of the church. Currently make the walls for the Norman Castle. Each wall section run for 24 hours. Looks like this will take a week or two to complete. Hope this will inspire people to try 3d printing to their game table
The Cry havoc series had some great game maps for player. Their forest, cities, Port and Castles would be great for any skirmish game. The would work great of saga. A quick set up. The maps are colorful. Here are a few. Most of them can be purchased from noble knight. Follow this link:Cry Havoc
After yesterday posting about Cry Havoc. I dug up the rules. I forgot how simple a rule it was. Remembering playing the game with friends in the 80's. We had a blast! Next thing you know we had figured out away to convert for miniature use. Looking at today new rule set that are mostly over complicated, it a pleasure to read the "Cry Havoc". My rules and game broad have been hidden for 30years. As my wife had buried them in the bottom corner of bed room closet. The only reason I found was that I looking at place to run some video cable.Here they are all eleven pages for the basic rules. Tell me what you think?
The images are from the broad game "Cry Havoc". If you are not familiar with this game. It was very popular in the 80's. Can of died when the publisher folded. But lucky for the gamers it is available via Noble knight or direct from France. I was amazed at the following the game was today. Here are the image that could be used for painting your Saga miniatures.