Dungeons dungeons and more 3D printed dungeons.
One of the main reasons for getting a 3D printer was to make terrain and buildings for tabletop games like D&D. While you can buy interconnected wall bits and floors online they have a hefty price tag that goes with that convenience of pre made models.
This set comes from a free set of models on thingiverse that I’ll properly link to soon. This openforge set is called “cut stone walls/floors” and looks good in this marble filament. I like that the tiles are the proper size for official dnd minis and can be rearranged however we want for the campaign. It has that inside of bowsers castle look to it that can be used on its own, however husband wants to paint them up for extra effect.
Ill post more soon when I get the rest of the walls and corners printed tomorrow.