Author Archive: Dutch Mogul
Hey, everyone. My name is Arian and I'm a writer/game designer/3D printing maniac from Bellingham, Washington. I'm also the co-founder and lead developer for a little, open source game company called Ill Gotten Games.
You can find and download my designs here: http://www.thingiverse.com/dutchmogul/designs/
Good luck, everybody, and keep designing!
Jumping back to Demonstar for today. This is the “end boss” of the module. 3d model (and print) by myself, MS Paint render by my talented brother, Cameron Croft.
In the peat bogs deep within the Ironwood, the trollwives birth monstrous wolves. One day, the greatest of these wolves, Fenrir, will take to the sky and swallow the moon. This is one of the playing pieces for my 3D print-and-play game, Pocket-Tactics, which may be downloaded for free here.
Another character from the Brood of the Ironwood set for my game, Pocket-Tactics. The full set, along with its matched faction (Men of Midgard) is shown below.
A piece for my Brood of the Ironwood Pocket-Tactics set.
The final Killosseum entry, a remix on last years Blisterbelch (who also got further treatment here). Below, you can see the fighters and the Killosseum itself, 3D printed in all its glory!
A warrior with an unknown past who battles in the Killosseum with mystical powers.
An alien diplomat confused for an invader, Squaid was thrown into the Killosseum and has been using his psionic abilities to fight for his life ever since.
Shipwrecked on Xator Prime as a child, Zara grew up in the Techno-Wastes, and learned to hone her fighting skills against the deadly robot warriors native to the scrap world. Having escaped that mechanical hell, Zara is now a champion of the Killosseum, fighting to repay a debt to a Zero-Syndicate overboss.
“Oh my god, its O.M.G.!” Seven-time Killa-Dome championship holder, sent to the Killosseum after a shameful loss to a nobody.
A gladiator for the Killosseum Pocket-tactics set/accessory I’m working on.
Fearless defender of the villages of Midgard. This is the final playing piece for my new Villagers of Midgard set (a good foil for the previous Raiders from the Far Shore faction). You can find these and other factions for my 3D print-and-play board game, Pocket-Tactics here.
Another playing piece for my Villagers of Midgard Pocket-Tactics set. One more and I’ll post the complete, printed set….
An indentured servant working toward their freedom. Another playing piece for the Midgard Villagers Pocket-Tactics set.
A viking woman playing piece for my next Pocket-Tactics set. Folc is the pre-viking term for a free farmer or craftsman.
The final playing piece for the Raiders from the Far Shores Pocket-Tactics set. Whole set is pictured below and will be available for print-and-play soon.
Back to the Demonstar pieces. This guy is one of 6 player pieces for my WIP, 3D print-and-play board game. The pixel-art below is by my insanely talented brother, Cameron Croft.
The Captain of a Drott’s warband, and of their seafaring vessel. Will have a 3D-printed shot of the whole crew soon….
A young, inexperienced warrior in medieval Norse culture.
Another model in my viking series… ship can be seen in the background, though that’s not really a “character” per se, so I won’t be posting it.
Taking a short break from the Demonstar characters to design some vikings for an upcoming game module using the same core rules.
Playing piece for my WIP, 3D print-and-play board game, Demonstar.
A playing piece for my WIP, 3d print-and-play board game, Demonstar.
Monster playing piece for my WIP, 3D print-and-play board game, Demonstar.
Another player piece for my WIP, 3D print-and-play board game, Demonstar.
Another player piece for my WIP, 3d print-and-play board game, Demonstar.
A monster piece for my WIP, 3d-print-and-play board game, Demonstar. Once all of these guys (and the tiles, counters, etc) are finished, you’ll be able to download the rules and parts for free on thingiverse.com.
Finally got my printer up and running again! As such, I should have 3D prints of these guys from here on out. The pieces are pretty small (about 20mm tall) so a lot of the detail won’t show through, but they’re serviceable boardgame pieces at this size to be sure.
A player piece for the Privateer side of my new game, Pocket-Tactics: Demonstar. I’ll be printing this guy out within the next few days, so check back for a fully 3D game piece.
For the first post, I decided to go with one of the game’s monsters. I’ll have a 3D print of this guy before long (still waiting on a replacement part)