This is a modular 3D dungeon tile set for use with either SketchUp Make or SketchUp Pro. This set includes 23 components ready to be used in infinite layouts.
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The Museum Coin for Legacy of the Ancients
This .STL is for use in the Legacy of the Ancients campaign setting. The museum coins allow players to activate exhiits in the Tarmalon Intergalactic Museum. This 3D model represents those coins and allows the gamemaster to print out these needed coins for a powerful visual aid to use in the game.
This model is a .STL file designed... [click here for more]
Busy Little Dwarves Expo #2 is a recreation of the tile styles in Fat Dragon Games Dungeons Expansions not already represented in the Realm of the Mountain King set, or the various Busy Little Dwarves titles.
It includes the files seen in the viewer and listed below:
2x2 Dwarven Floor 2
2x4 Dwarven Floor 2
4x4 Dwarven Floor
4x4 Dwarven Floor 2
2x2 Dwarven Wall Hole
2x2 Dwarven Well (empty)... [click here for more]
STL files to 3D print scenery for wargames and roleplaying games on any 3D printer !
You will get a link to download an archive containing STL files that will allow you to print 4 different houses, just load them in the software provided with your 3D printer and print them as many times as you like !
You can mix and match some parts with the designs from the Village... [click here for more]
If you have Fat Dragon Games Village sets and you need to make REALLY BIG room areas then these are the solution for you!
These double pillars allow you to use D-Walls to run walls along two 4"x4" using adjacent pillar holes (just as C-Walls do). The pillars have double prongs that are inserted into corresponding corners of adjoining tiles as shown in the image.
The Stone pillar projects... [click here for more]
It's about giant buildings folks. That's what it really comes down to. That's all that's left when we go to see our ancestors. The Busy Little Dwarves Design Bureau understands the need to work hard today to ensure a better tomorrow for our little ones. After all, what do we really leave behind for our children but unnecessarily tall structures with incredible, intricate, and impractical architecture.... [click here for more]