3D Printing Our Own Dungeons for DnD (We love this so much!)

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Jaimie and Jay make dungeon tiles for DnD! Learn how we easily 3D print and paint terrain pieces using free 3D models and simple painting techniques.

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We’re far from 3D printing or Miniature Painting experts — but that has never stopped us! Learn how to 3D print your own dungeon tiles for your DnD and tabletop gaming! With even a simple 3D printer, you can download free files, print your own dungeon tiles, and easily paint them using these simple techniques.

We use three simple colors and a very repeatable technique so that you can 3D print and paint hundreds of terrain pieces very rapidly and with repeatable results. We’ve been making these for years and they are intensely fun for Dungeon Masters and players alike.

MATERIALS:
PLA (3D Printing Material)
Gray Spray Paint – https://amzn.to/2LpOT2n
Superglue – https://amzn.to/2PVzlHJ
Acrylic Paint (3 Colors: Light Gray, Brown, White)

TOOLS USED:
3D Printer – https://amzn.to/2ZRxTGo
Paint Brushes (Fine Tip, Bushy Tip, Flat/Stiff) – https://amzn.to/2L37vVw

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