Some time back my good friend Ryan introduced me to Hero Forge – a quite brilliant website that allows you to design customised gaming figurines and then have them 3D printed. I’ve been playing around with it and on a whim decided to try and make figures from the Third Wheel’s equally brilliant web series Thrilling Intent.
I present the results – of varying quality – below.
First up I present our favourite Tiefling Sorcelock – the man who’s made of lies and smiles – Markus Velafi.
This of course is not Markus Velafi. This is merely an innocent bystander. Markus Velafi? Never heard of him.
Of course big man on campus Horatio Protagoniste requires no introduction!
My second attempt at good guy with a glaive, Gregor Hartway. I’m pretty happy with this version.
My final take on Ashe. Now with bracers!
Inien of course, who is better than you. Her costume is a bit off (although suitably stylish if not entirely overwrought), but the attitude is dead on.
Version two of Human Number One (out of a sample size of one), Kier Fiore.
Thog, lead pipe in hand, ready to defend his money from the Tax Goat. I’m actually pretty happy with him, all he needs is a waistcoat (vest to you Americans).
Don’t! Baking pan in hand to make you some delicious pastry (or sacrifice you to her Queen…)
Our favourite giggling purveyor of EXTREMELY CURSED items, Rat!
And here’s one of his awful babies. HRROOONNNK!!
And last but definitely not least Chellisandre Harleaux – AKA Harlock. I’m very happy with this depiction.
I’m probably not done with this. Colvin is likely coming up, and how can I resist Vern with his skeleton legs? But that’s it for today at least…
I said I wouldn’t be able to resist making Verne. Here he is, shooting skeletons out of his sleeves and showing off his bony legs (he is a semi-litch after all!).
A not terribly accurate version of Colvin. It’s frankly amazing that I was able to cover up his eye!
A rather dramatic version of Kylil, complete with a lantern.
Hey Guuuuuuuuuurl! It’s Ballast McGee!
And finally the abomination that is Zalvetta (I think that’s what the spirit folk called him, isn’t it?)
Right, I am done now.