I’m currently playing my first pathfinder campaign and we don’t currently have good figurines for our characters to place on the battle map. I was thinking that it would be an awesome surprise to show up to a game and give them a character figurine that actually looked like their character (i.e. we have a frog-man character who currently just looks for the smallest figurine the DM has).
- Frog-man (in gameplay, he is about 2 ft tall)
- Ocean druid (she talks with aquatic animals and will be able to grow tentacles eventually)
- Human Wizard (looks more like a Monk with a walking staff)
- Human (blood-rages into a werewolf type character)
- Oracle (Tattoos and Arcane markings)
I thought that 3D printing would be the best way to get this done, but none of us have any 3D printing experience and I really don’t know the first thing about mocking something up for 3D printing.
Does anyone have any suggestions about where to find good d&d miniatures, or how to create something to be 3D printed, and where to go to get something printed.