We all remember that even the smallest of things can hold magnificent power. Though small in size yet still very powerful, the One Ring can change the lives of many people, control their minds, and make them follow the will of the Dark Lord Sauron. Suppose you have a 3D printer at home. In that case, you can dive into the fantastic adventures in Middle-earth, recreate the scenery of the Shire, make the most unusual creatures and build your LOTR legendarium. Just choose the best Lord of the Rings STL files and 3D print the most remarkable figures, collectibles, and miniature characters created by J.R.R. Tolkien.
Fans of miniature wargaming, movies, board, and computer games, who are in love with fire-breathing and incredible fantasy serpent-like creatures can get inspiration from stunning 3D printed dragon masterpieces ever made by Gambody enthusiasts and other creators. Legendary monsters from folklore have made their way into our life through literature, film, and gaming industries, and have become some of the most wanted, beautiful, and best collectibles you can 3D print yourself.
The fantastic Middle-earth world created by Tolkien has long gone beyond the pages of books and screen scenes. Today, every LOTR fan can recreate their favourite fictional scenes in the backyard using a 3D printer. Annie Moberg, for example, 3D printed Lord of the Rings action figures, Hobbit miniatures and statues to exhibit in her driveway in Sweden. The impressive diorama with cool 3D prints attracts much attention. It can be visited by you even if you live in another corner of the world.
When you are a 3D printing enthusiast and fall in love with your hobby, you can devote many hours a week to learning, practising and sharing your knowledge with others. Two Gambody hobbyists, James Rooke and Michael Webb, started an impressive YouTube 3D printing channel with useful information. Here, they explain some 3D printing basics, review affordable 3D printers and showcase their fantastic models.
Crowned in steel, the faceless Witch-king of Angmar was well-known for bringing only ruin and death in Middle-earth. He turned hope to despair after being corrupted by one of the nine Rings of Power. He served Sauron, but he now obeys a talented hobbyist Tuğbay Yağcı. This maker created a fantastic Nazgul 3D print and is now willing to share his tips for painting this impressive Lord of the Rings model.
Fantasy stories devised by J. R. R. Tolkien introduce us to the incredible Middle-earth world. Beneath its Sun, you can see the most extraordinary creatures walking. Giant Treebeard is one of the oldest living things in the Lord of the Rings universe, and it looks incredible as a figurine. Maker Seppus Endertus created a fantastic Treebeard 3D print and agreed to share his tips on printing, painting and decorating the Fangorn diorama with Gambody readers.
A 3D printer, high-quality STL files and talented painting work make a fantastic combination that can easily blow your mind. Gambody enthusiasts spent July working on incredible and awesome projects. And their top 3D printing models are a must-see if you wish to get inspired, motivated and encouraged to add new stunning 3D prints to your collection in 2020.
Fairytale creatures, mighty dragons, famous superheroes, destructive villains and even spaceships come to life right before your eyes on a 3D printer bed. Gambody offers a new selection of the best models to 3D print at home inspired by June trends 2020.
Magical 3D Printed Bonsai Tree Pot with Lights Resembling Hobbit House from LOTR: Interview with Annie Moberg
3D printing can bring a real fairy tale to your life. Using this technology, you can decorate your world with unique items from your favourite movies and books, create beautiful accessories, life-like figurines and astonishing models. You can 3D print a magical bonsai tree pot that reminds of a miniature Hobbit house from The Lord of The Rings. You can even add lights into LOTR Hole windows as Annie Moberg did it.