3D Printing D&D's Demon Lords

Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes is full of demons and demon lords, and Miguel Zavala has 3D printed them all! These include Baphomet, Demogorgon, Grazzt, Juiblex, Orcus, and many more.


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In the past he has done the same with Monster Manual creatures, those from various adventures, the Acquisitions Inc. cast, and so on. Scroll to the bottom of his imgur for all those links!



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Comments

Wrathamon

Explorer
I prefer the ones I have already but I see those are super expensive now so cool to see cheaper options. How much to print one?
 
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Immortal Sun

Guest
Wouldn't selling or distributing these be copyright infringement?
 

Yaarel

Adventurer
Heh, I dont really care about the demon monsters. But I do care about 3d printing and art. These minis are truly skillful and impressive.

I would love for this tech to allow players to easily (and inexpensively) create exactly what their characters look like in 3d.
 

dwayne

Explorer
they look a bit rough around the parts and can see the ridges, but maybe a bit of sanding or finishing they could be good, with a better paint job than what was done here.
 

tmanbeaubien

Explorer
I prefer the ones I have already but I see those are super expensive now so cool to see cheaper options. How much to print one?
Once you own the 3D printer, a large sized figure like these is only $1 - $2.

I don't have my printer yet, but I have been doing research in preparation.....
 

aka_pg

Villager
Scrabble? 3-D print the letter "J"? One of these brands is not like the others.
Ha! While I appreciate that there might not be too many applications for Scrabble related 3-D printing, there is a HUGE subculture of Scrabble enthusiasts. I wholeheartedly recommend Word Freak by Stefan Fatsis. A great read for any gamer!
 

EthanSental

Explorer
I’ve bought my first premium plastic Hero Forge and was impressed at the quality of the sculpt when it arrived. I’m looking forward to painting it in the near future.
 

BBShockwave

Villager
Ugh, these look pretty terrible...
We already have a Gargantuan Orcus mini, and the Loot Crate Demogorgon is also a great Gargantuan proxy. As for the others, I would wait for Icons of the Realms to provide them eventually, though Yeenoghu and Graazt all have older miniatures.
 

jkasonII

Villager
Ugh, these look pretty terrible...
We already have a Gargantuan Orcus mini, and the Loot Crate Demogorgon is also a great Gargantuan proxy. As for the others, I would wait for Icons of the Realms to provide them eventually, though Yeenoghu and Graazt all have older miniatures.

They were made on a conventional 3D printer. A resin printer gives a smoother finish overall. A regular printer will give a smoother finish with shorter layer heights. Of course, this will significantly increase print time.

I have printed a few of Miguel's (mz4250) minis, and they are comparable with Reaper Bones, and significantly better than Wizkids sad excuses for minis.
 

EthanSental

Explorer
Wizkids nolzur or the prepainted minis? Wizkids nolzurs are a step up from the cheap bones and why reaper is coming out with bones black, not as rubbery as the current bones.
 

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