Monday, 3 September 2012

Sérudla are like Kittens!

Their little claws and dorsal spikes snag on everything: bubble wrap, sweaters, table-cloths. You name it and they cling to it!

Shown above and below are the first batch of Sérudla produced via the wonders of 3D printing. In the picture below you can see how they compare in size to some other critters. (That black figure on the right is a Pygmy Folk, primed black for painting.) The arms are still in a bag. They include armed and unarmed variants. Some 80 of this batch are armoured for war and with other 20 being au naturel. Also shown are a couple of Zrné and a Chlén beast; also created by 3D printing.

Unfortunately the claws and dorsal spines are very fine pieces and so very fragile. This lot suffered some damage to about 20% of the shipment. Given that the claws cling to materials and are so fragile I recommend basing the figures rather than using them as-is. 


  1. who is doing the 3d printing. There are often alternatives for printing media, and you may find that some are more survivable/flexible. they may, however lose detail. I have been thinking these printers could be a great boon to the process..

  2. Maybe now I could build that Six Serudla scythed chariot that we used to joke about back in the days when we played WRG 7th Ed Ancients :)

  3. Are these still available anywhere?



    1. Hi Scott, Yup - armoured and unarmoured versions. Howard