Samurai pond with extras for customization. Designed by 3d Alien Words and sold under commercial printing license from them directly.
Pack includes 1x Samurai pond, one small island, bridge (in pieces), 3 straight fish, 3 curved fish, 5 sets of reeds, 2 turtles, 6 stepping stones, 3 waterlily patches, 4 individual waterlily and 2 zen lanterns. You may not need it all but there is a lot of customization options there.
This pond is great for any historical Samurai tabletop game like – Test of Honour, Torii, Kensei, Bushido, Ronin. Also great for WW2 games like WWII Bolt Action if you are having a Pacific setting.
The last picture is of an actual Set I have printed so you can see what you will actually get. The rest of the Images are from 3d Alien Worlds and show what you can do with the set.
Item is printed to order and USUALLY ships in a WEEK. If you would like a more accurate time estimate please do message before purchasing. I do keep you updated with progress emails throughout the printing process.
Please note I only take international orders through my facebook page – Wonky Head 3d printing.
Comes unpainted and unassembled. You can either paint the pond blue or do a resin/water effects pour. I plan to glue sand to my pond bed and do a resin pour. When completed I will add pictures to the listing.
I can supply any 3d alien words item so if you don’t see what you want in my items please do message me for a free quote.
Please be aware that fdm printers can leave some fine layer lines and minor imperfections. The item you are viewing was printed at.2 layer lines.. We can print finer (but it costs more), but most wargamers find .2 acceptable for terrain. If you require finer layer lines then please contact us for a quote. Everything is currently printed in PLA, colour may vary. If you need a specific colour please message first before buying.
We do everything we can to minimise layer lines and you can file or sand them out yourself. Any lines we personally don’t want on pieces we print for my personnel use we use a mix of a knife doing a flashing technique like on a gw model and minimal filing. Or you can prime and paint straight away. In most cases they are hardly visible after painting. We always recommend a little prep work before you prime them.