It would be crazy to try to catalogue all creators of 3D-files for Orcs and Goblins. I probably won’t – but I’ve had a few so far. All of them had their own website, or Kickstarter or the likes. But I recently “discovered” Myminifactory. I knew it was there, but I never had a look at the stuff on offer. One of the first creators I found was Keisers Paint and Play and while his minis are not the most refined ones, they’ve got a nice word attached: free. Also, after trying to sculpt my own miniatures digitally for around 5 hours I gave up and the 3 pictures I have to show for it are terrible. There’s quite a lot of work and practice needed and Keisers minis are still far from what I could ever archieve.
There are 5 different Squigs with some nice unique designs (squigs are whacky creatures so I think that fits rather well) as well as 5 Goblins including a netter and a fanatic, so should you be short of them and have a 3D printer that’s just standing around, you might print a few.
While the files themselves are free, there is the option to support the creator on Patreon to get new stuff early – even there you can choose your own contribution. You can also follow him on Instagram to see what he’s up to next.
All pictures above belong to Keisers Paint and Play.