A set of stone walls for use with your miniatures. Includes a short wall, tall wall, and archway. Great for war-gaming as well as role playing games. All of these models are easy to print (out of necessity) and easy to paint using the tips below.
The sizing of the models is currently set up for use with 32mm miniatures, but you can scale the models in your slicing software for whatever you need.
These are easy to print models that shouldn't be too problematic on most printers. I recommend using the split versions of all of the models for the easiest print and highest quality. Just print them out and glue them together using any super glue. The models shown are printed and glued this way. If you have a better printer or just want to print the walls all in one piece, I've included those files as well.
*Crate, barrel, chest, rock, and hero miniatures shown in picture above not included*
Make sure to sand/trim your models before you paint! If you are printing the split version of the models make sure to let the glue completely dry before priming.
I found that priming in black spray primer worked well. The models shown were painted with cheap hobby store paint, although you could probably get better results using miniature paints. Do a heavy base-coat in grey and dark wash after it dries to get into all the cracks. Finish it off with a light grey/pinking dry-brushing. Using cheap acrylics and this combination of techniques makes for really quick, easy, good-looking terrain for your tabletop miniatures games!