D is for Direwolf!

Here’s some very cool technology from Sketchfab that lets users embed 3D content just about anywhere. Blogs, Facebook, Kickstarters, you name it.

This is one of the proof-of-concept models I developed for Dungeon Blocks. Go ahead, give it a spin!

Folks unfamiliar with 3D printing might wonder why the indentations for the block’s mortar are angled. This is a common 3d printing modeling technique to ensure successive layers of hot plastic have something beneath them for support. If those mortar lines were 90° angles, the bottom edges of the stone blocks would probably droop downwards on most FDM printers.

Another design note: the bottom of the block is completely flat to help it adhere to the printer’s build platform.

Have I mentioned that there’s still time to back the project? We’re at 42% and could use a few more minds to help decide which fantasy tropes are featured on the final set of blocks. Check out the Kickstarter here.

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