Lots going on at this end!
Having had fun playing with 3D and ordering a few bits I really got the bug, and decided to take the plunge and buy a 3D printer for myself. After a chunk of research I opted for any Anycubic Photon resin SLA printer – although resin is more expensive, and maybe not the best choice for terrain, it produces such nice quality prints.
So far, I’ve been working on a bit of a ‘haulage in space’ theme:
Here we have a flatbed and trailer version of a space lorry (still WIP painting) and the other bits printed so far. That stack of crates is one piece, designed to fit squarely on the flatbed.
(Most of the yucky texture here is actually from my amateurish salt weathering, not the print).
I’ve also made a personal speeder (in the lower left of main image), a space-shed (upper of the green blobs) and a smaller truck:
Which I hope will look a lot clearer when painted!
Lots of fun going on – I’ve designed a two part, massive haulage vehicle which is printing as we speak, and I’d like to design some 15mm scatter terrain too. I’m thinking of opening a small shop to sell the files, but I’ll need to get everything painted nicely first!
Right, back to it!