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DnD Castle Ravenloft Extension


DnD Castle Ravenloft Extension End and Edge

DnD Castle Ravenloft - Hallway


Castle Ravenloft - Hallway. ... See rest of collection here

Castle Ravenloft - Main (Map3)


First floor (Map3) of Castle Ravenloft. created as favor, not planning on finishing, but as it's in tinkercad if anyone wants to continue. This thing was made with Tinkercad. ...Edit it online

Castle Ravenloft ( fan model )


Castle Ravenloft Home of Strahd Von Zarovich Location Land of Barovia THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS I build a majority of this model in Sketchup back in 2008, I recently rediscovered this project, and though it would be fun to Print and Paint it. Over...

Castle Ravenloft ( fan model )


Castle Ravenloft Home of Strahd Von Zarovich Location Land of Barovia THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS I build a majority of this model in Sketchup back in 2008, I recently rediscovered this project, and though it would be fun to Print and Paint it. Over...

Castle Ravenloft Entrance Tile


This is a 3D interpretation of the starting tile for the board game Dungeons & Dragons: Castle Ravenloft, a dungeon crawler game where the hero party enters a castle inhabited by a vampire called Count Strahd von Zarovich. I made the asset with...

Castle of Ravenloft Insert


Insert for Castle of Ravenloft. Supports sleeved cards. ...There are spacers because you don't need about an inch of box, if you want to cut the box down this leaves you that option.

DnD Castle Ravenloft - Stone Wall Test Piece


First test for basic stone wall tile which will also be used as a base for other Castle Ravenloft tiles

DnD Castle Ravenloft - Start Tile Stairs


. .. of the tiles? See rest of collection here: See game details on BoardGameGeek:

Castle Ravenloft Board Game Complete Tile Set


Castle Ravenloft (Amazon Link) - This project began with Kobus Kleynhans's 3 tiles posted here back in 2017:

DnD Castle Ravenloft - Coffin


To use as miniature wherever you like.

Dungeons & Dragons - Castle Ravenloft Organizer.


This organizer remixes JenniferG's tile tray a little and provides storage for miniatures, sleeved cards and tokens. I have custom printed tile event cards from BGG, so you'll probably have excess room for cards. ...The spaces to the sides of the card...

DnD Castle Ravenloft - Basic 4 x 4 Tile


Basic 4x4 tile. ... See collection:

Castle Ravenloft Hallway Tile D&D Board Game


This is my 1st version of 3D printed tiles for the Castle Ravenloft Board game for Dungeons and Dragons.

Treasure Card Box for Castle Ravenloft Board Game


A custom sized card box for the Ravenloft Adventure System Board Game. This is a remix of the Customizable Card Box by lufton, further edited in OpenSCAD. I've updated the font to match the one used in the original Raveloft books (Blackmoor Std)...

Tile Tray for Castle Ravenloft Board Game


This is the start of a larger project. It serves as a tray for when playing on the table, but also for storage within the box. I am going to remove the flimsy black plastic insert that comes with the game and design & print an entire set of. ..

D&D castle of ravenloft complete tile set


D&D castle of ravenloft complete tile set you have to buy the game this set only replaces the tiles. this dungeon is complete compatible with other games -Update 02/02/2018 splitted start tile into two tiles Start tile - Split 1.stl ...

D&D castle of ravenloft complete tile set - Manifold Version


This is a remix of the original complete tile set for the Castle of Ravenloft Board game - all credits for these models should go to botero5; My reason for doing the remixed version is solely with the intent of fixing the models, as most of them have. ..

DnD Castle Ravenloft - Crypt of Barov and Ravenovia


First design for the crypts came out pretty well. Not sure if I'll add more detail like hinges and handles. Give me a shout if you recon more detail would be better. Would love to hear from you. V2 Contains an embedded cross with less detail for...

Carionette for Ravenloft


This is a rendition of the nightmare Carionette described in the House of Lament adventure included in the recently published Guide to Ravenloft. It is a creature made of familiar toys, recomposed into a horrific monstrosity. ... This model includes...

Curse of Strahd - Holy Symbol of Ravenloft


Had fun making the sword that I also designed the Holy Symbol of Ravenloft as well. Approximate size of the model is 3.5" x 3.5". The reduced model is closer to 2" x 2". **Just a note to those who have taken previous interest in this design. ... ...

Icon of Ravenloft from Curse of Strahd


I took it upon myself to take a stab at creating the Icon of Ravenloft since, at present, no one had yet uploaded on here. I wanted to give my DM a hand with some of the artifacts in our upcoming jaunt into Barovia. The dimensions, as given to me...

Icon of Ravenloft (fixed)


Ran the original through netfabb to make solid.

DnD Castel Ravenloft - Start Tile Stairs OpenLock


Added openlock base to this tile

My Customized Card Box Organizer cover ravenloft


Customized version of https://www.thingiverse. com/thing:3039587 Created with Customizer! ...

My Customized Card Box Organizer ravenloft


Customized version of Created with Customizer! ...

Scan/Remaster of Ravenloft 11-116 Ratik Ubel


After doing mostly remasters I thought I'd actually contribute something myself. I've included the original scan if anyone finds it useful. Ratik Ubel is a revenant from the city of Il Aluk in the domain of Darkon. Murdered in his sleep, he rose...



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Rendered Castle Pictures (Please do not try to build it!)

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The Best Guide to D&D Miniatures Dungeons & Dragons

Looking to add some visual flair to your D&D game?

There's nothing more satisfying than watching your players' eyes widen when you pull an incredible looking D&D miniature from your DM Trick Pack.

But where are you looking?

We are here to help. There are many different ways to get miniatures for Dungeons & Dragons. Whether you're looking for officially licensed products or simply stunning miniatures for your desk, we've got you covered. Find the best D&D miniatures below.

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Official Miniatures

There are several official sources for the D&D line of miniatures, and one of them is the Icons of the Realm series.

Each line has a set of different miniatures in a box and is usually tied to a set of D&D modules, such as Annihilation Grave or elemental evil. The miniatures come pre-painted and are perfect for a specific scenario, or in the case of the monster menagerie, the sets are filled with random monsters.

This is an easy way to pick up great Dungeons & Dragons minis, but there's a catch. Wizards of the Coast decided to use Mystery Box or the Gashapon system. Basically, you buy a booster from a set, and inside each box are 3 small/medium minis and 1 large mini. Which one you get is completely random and if you want the whole set it will be a bit pricey.

Some Epic miniatures are sold separately so you know exactly what you're getting. These are large miniatures such as Tiamat, Bahamut or tree treant.

Our top pick for Icons of The Realms:

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Realm Starter Set Icons

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  • Icons of The Realms: Single Booster - Monster Menagerie

Icons of The Realms: Single Booster - Monster Menagerie

  • D&D Icons of the Realms: Standard Monster Menagerie Boosters. ..
  • 1 large figure and 3 medium or small figures
  • Pre-painted figures

crates or boosters, there is an official D&D series called Nolzur's Miraculous Miniatures. They are a little more expensive, but compared to the cost of mystery boxes and duplicates, prices tend to even out. The sculptures on them are quite impressive and they are ready to be painted right out of the box.

Yes, these miniatures are all supplied unpainted, so you'll either have to try your hand at painting or just use them unpainted.

These can be found at most hobby retail stores, but our friends at Noble Knight Games have some of our favorites.

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Dungeons & Dragons Board Games

Another source of some great D&D miniatures is actually the Dungeons & Dragons Adventure board games. They of course also double as full board games, and they come with a box full of incredible miniatures perfect for the table.

Each box set is usually associated with a different D&D module and comes with all the miniatures needed to play the game. For example, if you choose Castle Ravenloft Adventure, you'll get a box of themed miniatures that are perfect for the Curse of Strahd module. It comes with well-detailed unpainted miniatures such as heroes, zombies, vampires, and even dracolichs.

This is a cheap way to get a lot of D&D miniatures, and a good board game in the mix. If you're interested in the adventure game series, you can check out our list of the best D&D board games here.

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Dungeons & Dragons: Castle Ravenloft

Dungeons & Dragons: Castle Ravenloft

  • 1 to 5 player play
  • 60 minutes per game
  • Dungeon crawling and terrifyingly fun quests

Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of Ashardalon

Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of Ashardalon

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Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt

Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt

  • Designed for 1-5 players
  • Offers multiple scenarios, challenging quests and co-op ...
  • Contains: 42 heroes and monsters, 13 binding sheets ...

Custom miniatures

If you have a 3D printer, then this has become much easier.

The cost of 3D printers has been steadily declining, and there are actually quite a few models specifically designed for miniature modellers. In addition, there are many cheap (and free) files available online that are incredibly detailed.

3D printing has also become a hobby of its own, so if you're having trouble printing, there's a huge community ready to help and answer questions.

If you don't want to have a whole dedicated 3D printer installed in your home, that's okay too.

There are several services that allow customers to select and customize their own personalized thumbnails.

Forge of Heroes is perhaps the most famous company doing this today, and for good reason. Their online design software is very easy to use, and when you're done with the setup, you can print and send it, or you can buy a 3D file to print at home yourself. Even if you're not sure if you want a custom mini, it's still fun to play around with their mini building software.

If you're perhaps looking for something more epic when looking for your own D&D miniature, there are several services that will create your own miniature from just about anything.

Den of Imagination is probably my favorite when it comes to a fully customized Miniature. With their Wild Mesh team, they can design and 3D print just about anything. A design may just be an idea or a drawing, but they will bring it to life.

Budget and scope

Not all of us can afford a library shelf full of Game Night Miniatures, and thankfully there are plenty of budget-friendly options. They won't always be official D&D models, but they're easy to handle.

Warhammer Game Workshop The Age of Sigmar or The Lord of the Rings miniature lines fit perfectly into most Dungeons & Dragons campaigns. A bonus to this is that skeleton and goblin crates usually come in large numbers (usually around 15-20). New models are still expensive, but the Wargaming hobby is so vast that you can easily find second models online on forums like Reddit or eBay.

Unbranded miniatures

If you don't care about brand names or don't mind unbranded items, you can always go to wholesalers like AliExpress. They are incredibly cheap, but you will usually find very unbranded products with varying degrees of quality. We're talking Dungeons & Dragons vs. Basements & Basilisks at the non-brand level.

They will be cheap, but the delivery time will be long and you never know what you will get.

Painting miniatures

As we all know, unpainted miniatures don't work as well as painted miniatures. If you show up at the table, an unpainted character will always suffer bad dice rolls, and painted minis will always perform better or show up in that moment of clutch that saved the day. It's not's just science.

Okay, maybe a little superstitious, but I hear your unasked question.

What if I can't draw?

Thumbnails are a great way to add a visual element to your D&D board game, but they can also be very intimidating. These little guys can be very time consuming to draw and require a bit of skill to make them look like box art.

Even if you're not the best miniaturist, don't worry. Even a simple coat of paint greatly enhances its presence on the table, and that's part of the fun of the hobby. Painting the miniatures adds an extra effort that turns the faceless mini goblin into a fully fledged character. Whether you're good at it or not, you'll learn and improve over time, and you should enjoy it.


If you find yourself hating painting miniatures and having a horde of skeletons, goblins and kobolds sitting unpacking and waiting to be painted, you can always hire someone else to do it for you.

There are actually quite a few different painting services that offer miniature painting for a fee. Quality levels and prices also range from wholesale to demo quality painting including custom miniatures and here are some of our top picks.

Painted Figs
Probably one of the best budget professional options from the Painted Figs team. They do an incredible job of getting your minigames ready for the tale, but more importantly, they offer several different service levels that are amazingly cost effective. If you have a bunch of unpainted miniatures and just want someone else to color them for you, this is probably your best bet.

Siege studios
If you want your minigames to look like they've just been pulled from storefronts or straight out of competition, then I think Siege Studios is probably the best quality option. Their lowest level painting is absolutely incredible and looks like it could be art on a box and their platinum level is just mind blowing.

If you're looking for top notch quality paint, this is your best bet.

We hope you enjoyed our guide on how to find the best Dungeons & Dragons miniatures! Where can I find my minis? Do you like to color your minis? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think! We would like to hear from you.

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Instead of building - 3D printing / Sudo Null IT News 3D printing from concrete erects a model of a medieval castle on an area of ​​3x5 meters. In the course of work, the concrete printer prototype is improved and updated.

By creating one of the largest objects in the field of 3D printing, the inventor wants to come up with a reliable way to build real-life residential buildings that can withstand various weather conditions. Andrey has engineering and architectural education, which allows him to experiment and find interesting solutions at the intersection of architecture and 3d printing. The lock is both an interesting challenge and a great demonstration of the printer's capabilities.

Andrey: “I have been interested in such technologies since I was a teenager. My experiments began 20 years ago, but at that time there were no suitable computers and programs. It wasn't until a couple of years ago that I stumbled upon the RepRap project and got busy with my car again. It took a year to build and develop concrete mixtures. An additional stimulus was provided by the natural phenomenon of layered sandstone, which I saw in Arizona during my trip a few years ago. Ideally, I want to achieve a similar look."

Since Andrei financed the project with his own funds, these limitations also led to original engineering solutions.

Andrei: “At the beginning of my work, the sponsors were skeptical, because they did not believe that the project would go so far. Now that the structure is complete and the printer's capabilities are clear, I'm planning to auction the first house. Since this will be the first printed house, I hope this event will attract a lot of attention.”

Printing at home required a large printer, so it had to be built almost from scratch. Despite great support from the RepRap community, the final car was made from the original design. It is controlled by Arduino Mega 2560 and special stepper motors.

Andrey: “For a large printer, we had to look for special motors designed for a large load. The Mass Mind engines were the best fit.
They were also the only ones that worked properly with the Marlin firmware, and were powerful enough to move the printer.

I achieve the natural effect of free-flowing concrete without the need for post-treatment.”
Andrey also hopes to develop a smaller portable paving machine so that small construction companies can afford it. "The final price will be later, but for now I'm looking at $ 30,000-50,000, although it depends a lot on parts and model type. "

Rudenko expects to supply companies with individual interchangeable parts of printers so that companies can assemble their own machine according to their needs. "I can't send the whole machine, but I can send the extruder, the control box, various important parts so that people can build their own version of the machine."

The printer is currently placing approximately 50 cm of concrete per day, although this depends on the overall size of the structure. Usually a layer is obtained with a width of 30 mm and a height of 10 mm, although in principle any layer can be made. "For special parts like rims, I lower the layer height to 5mm, and here and there I lower the print speed."

Of course, these designs require special materials.
“Laying cement is a complex task – it takes a long time to set up the printer and use very precise mixture proportions. While testing, I encountered many problems (for example, plugging the extruder), but also found that the printer's capabilities exceeded the initial expectations.

I also had to add reinforcement to the lower and upper parts of the walls. Cement was used the most common. Although you can use quick-drying, but it will come out more expensive and a little less quality.
Rudenko is confident that this technology will make it possible to reach new heights in architecture and will at the same time be more energy efficient than existing ones.

"I plan to focus on developing this technology in the construction industry and build a whole international network of enthusiasts, with the possibility of providing them with DIY kits and ready-made printers in the future."

While, of course, affordable construction printers remain in the uncertain future, the inventor is on fire with optimism. “Even though now the laying is done in layers of 30x10 mm, but at the simple press of a button, a great many possibilities are available.”

Based on experience gained, the designer rebuilds the printer so that it can print non-stop 24 hours a day until construction is completed.

It is also planned to improve the design to be able to print everything at once. The castle towers were printed separately and were very difficult to put into place. "I also figured out how to print the roof - but so far this material is only suitable for places with a warm climate."

The next project is a full size real house. “I get a lot of messages, which proves the high interest in this new technology. I want to make sure that on the next project my team will be able to use all the advantages of 3d printing
I am accepting offers from individuals and companies who would be interested in purchasing the first printed house and who are ready to ensure that all costs of the project are paid.” The constructor also accepts cooperation proposals from architects, designers and programmers interested in 3D printing.

“I used to believe that I could print at home – and now I have the proof. I'm currently working on a prototype that will be a small part of the rich range of printers I'm developing.

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