A pair of Gelatinous Cube sculpts for 28mm tabletop roleplaying, the cubes are scaled to be large creatures in DnD terms.
If you are using 3D printed terrain with walls you may find it best to print them at about 90% scale to ensure that they will fit into a 10ft wide corridor.
Is there any creature more iconic than the Gelatinous Cube? Yes: Goblins, Dragons, Kobolds, Trolls and Beholders to name but a few. Still the Gelatinous cube is notorious and feared in the way that only a 10ft cube of living acid can be. These creatures tend to be detritus feeders, so always be suspicious of a squeaky clean cave floor. Of course they don't really know the difference between detritus and adventurers. So try not to get two close eh?
There are two different sculpts here so that you can crush your players between 2 cubes to prevent them running too fast. Each model is available in a filled version which is a solid cube or an Hollow version which should have enough space under it to engulf most 28mm medium creatures.
The example minis were printed on an ender 3 and painted with Citadel paints.
I'm a board gamer and D&D player who recently took the plunge into 3d printing. I'm still pretty new to 3D modeling, but I'm committed to making a free 3D printable D&D mini every week for 2019!
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