At the start of the year Geek Native called out mz4250’s 3D printing project. This talented artist was making free templates so you could 3D print your own D&D monster.
This amazing project has kept going.
Now you can access nearly 300 3D-printable creations from Miguel Zavala (that’s mz4250 to you and me). His Shapeways page makes them available. Most are free. However, he’s finally started to charge for some of the more complex designs. I don’t begrudge him that at all.
Courtney Kraft over at Geek and Sundry helped bring the expanded collection to the attention of the web. She points out that the library includes the entire monster manual along with all the miscellaneous creatures from Appendix A and NPCs from Appendix B.
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