some comparison pictures, first 20mm ww2 DAK from AB miniatures, 3d printed 40k cadian in 20mm scale and a original 28mm GW Imperial Guard
2x AB 20mm DAK, next 3d printed warhammer 40.000 in 20mm
I always liked the warhammer 40.000 universe. Their models, the background, The grimm dark future setting. I always thought it was a shame they didn't chooseto go for 20mm scale. Big enough to have some good looking models, small enough to have a decent force on the table. Now with modern 3d printing technology it is a possibility...
just wanted to show you my basing system. I wanted to base my miniatures on individual bases and prefered round bases. Just because I like the look of round bases and individual because I want to use the mini's in games like mordheim, frostgrave or Onepagerules skirmish. But I also like to play games with regiments like Kings of War and offcourse Onepagerules Fantasy Regiments. So I needed a way to move my mini's easy in regiments. The concept of moving trays exist longer. The problem with these standards trays is that in 20mm the miniatures are a lot fiddly and tend to fall over. My solution is to make moving trays with magnets in them. You can get these magnets on wish or aliexpress very cheap. A couple of hundreds for 5-6 euro's. I used 3mm magnets, 1mm thick and designed and printed my own moving trays. Very happy with the result
hi all, its's been a long time. still alive, but the last years busy with other things. Some health issues and moving in a new house are my excuses. In the new house I have finaly gotten my own dedicated hobby room in the basement. Made a big gaming table, some cabinets for showing the miniatures, a painting desk and room for the 3d printers. I have dabbled a bit in the other scales, mainly in 15mm and some 28mm. But now with help from the 3d printing technology I am getting back in our favourite 20mm scale.
Here are some examples off 3d printed and painted goblins in 20mm scale. more to follow soon!