The creator mz4250, created all of these in the program Blender, then prepped them for printing and finally printed the creatures in his Printrbot Simple Metal 3D printer. Why imagine dragons when you could have these bad boys stare into your soul?
Hundreds of these creatures were printed out of the machine, and mz4250 painted every one of them with basic acrylic paints and polished up the pieces with matte or gloss finish. Though, most D&D players can agree that the Dread Gazebo piece will strike fear into the hearts of even the bravest champions:
Be sure to check out the rest of his work, mz4250 even has some prototypes to take a look at.
If you’re interested in grabbing these to print for yourself, mz4250 was nice enough to post them onto his Shapeways’ account, all for free. According to him, players will have to create a free account on the website, download the file then open it on their own 3D modeling program. Once in the program, he says separate them into their own parts and export them into their own STL files then finally print the monsters.
Who would you choose to do battle with? How could you deny the Dread Gazebo? Let us know in the comments below!