Create a winter wonderland with these snow rollers!
3x snow-covered rooves
3x snow-covered pavements and roads
1x human footprints in snow
1x yeti footprints
1x downhill skiing (no ski pole marks)
1x cross-country skiing
2x footpaths (lots of footprints in snow)
1x frozen stream
With these rollers, you can create a winter medieval town or a snowy landscape.
These digital 3D printable models of stamp rollers are meant to be used to create patterns of various terrains for Dungeon and Dragons or other miniatures. They can be used on modeling putty, clay, or XPS polystyrene. The rollers are 15 cm high and the pattern length is 10 cm (6×4 squares, each 2.5 cm). The wheels fit our handles for clay wheels and are included in the download to make the stamping process easier.
The download contains 13 original texture rollers (STL) ready to be 3D printed. More DnD rollers with a discount? Here!
3D PRINTING SETTINGS
The rollers are designed to perform the best when printed on SLA printers, but you can print them on FDM as well.
If you decide to print on FDM, use these settings:
– Layer height 0.1 mm
– Infill 0%
– Retractions: off
Printing settings will vary greatly depending on your specific printer.
At 100% scale, the large roller’s dimensions are approximately:
Width 30 mm
Length 30 mm
Height 150 mm
You can scale the model as you wish, but we can’t guarantee that the model will print well at a much smaller size.
A special commercial license is not needed. You can sell the physical printed rollers as long as you use your own photos and link to us on the product page.
Do you like the model and don’t have a 3D printer? You can purchase the already printed rollers at RPG Forge studio.
These models were brought to life by 3Demon. We are a group of modeling and 3D printing enthusiasts based in Prague, Czech Republic. We’ve been making 3D printable models for more than a decade. We make a lot of cosplay accessories but we also make all sorts of interesting 3D models. You can join our community or just look at more of our creations here: