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Generic Sword'n'Board 28mm figures

3D model description

I made these figures (when I say 'made' I mean 'flung some primitives together') to bulk out some wargaming units for me to experiment with some wargaming rules. They were meant to vaguely represent saxon regulars, but actually could be any sword and shield / spear and shield regular troops from multiple periods. I didn't intend publishing them because of their 'basicness' but then thought they might be useful for anyone trying out a different wargaming period who needed to throw some troops on the table.
Warning - they are true 28mm figures, so if you want them to blend with commercial 28mm figures (which are usually more than 30mm) they would need scaling up a smidge

I have now added more to the army - cavalry and skirmishers/bowmen. For the rest of the army go to :-
Inf : http://cults3d.com/en/game/generic-sword-n-board-28mm-figures
Cav : http://cults3d.com/en/game/generic-sword-n-board-28mm-cavalry

3D printing settings

Printer:
Flashforge Creator Pro

Rafts:
No

Supports:
No

Resolution:
Fine

Infill:
None

Post-Printing

Painting
Undercoated with gesso
Painted in acrylics
Varnished in matte

  • 3D model format: STL

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Ian Harrison from London

License

CC BY

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