3D creature models for printing

May 7, 2019
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Hello,

I’m hoping to 3d print some Star Wars creatures to enhance my three nephews upcoming Star Wars Force and Destiny roleplaying sessions. I have found some models online that were ripped from Star Wars Galaxies. I’m wondering if anyone here has ripped a bunch of them and would mind sharing the 3D models. Creatures from Star Wars the Old Republic would work great as well.

To this point I have the creature models that are on this Sketchup site:

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/user/1649969452833504819460787/abdyla?nav=models

Another gentleman on another site was kind enough to rip me the following: Narglatch, Razor and Tusk Cats:

https://forum.facepunch.com/dev/bvaty/Star-Wars-Model-Links-Thread-V6-Hello-There/27/#postcwygjx

I’m hoping to get some herbivores and any other creatures that may be available. This is their first RPG game and I chose Star Wars over a fantasy one because of the available 3d printable resources. Bought a bunch of stuff from Imperial Terrain and Corvus Games and my brother in law is working at printing those while I’m away at work. I am printing when I’m home. I also bought a bunch of Legion figures as well as Imperial Assault boxes to give plenty of opponents. We are close to being ready.


My wife is comfortable printing on my Monoprice Mini if I supply the files and would love to keep her busy, lol, while I am away.

I’m willing to print several figures and send them to the contributor. I can be reached here on the site or preferably on my email (vancegalland@yahoo.com).

Thanks for looking and hope to hear from someone on this that may have the files already.

My wife is supposed to be getting me some pics of the three creature tests I was able to print before I had to leave. I can post to show what type of quality could be expected when I get them.

Vance
 

TyroneSWG

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Nov 4, 2016
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You can use 3ds Max to export a .msh to something readable by most modeling software. I think there is a download on here for it.
 
May 7, 2019
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You can use 3ds Max to export a .msh to something readable by most modeling software. I think there is a download on here for it.
Thanks for the reply. 3ds Max is a bit out of my range. To be fair I would rather offer a PayPal donation to someone to side step that process. Someone has done the work and might could use the money.

Of course that’s if it doesn’t break any forum rules.