Hi, I'm Troy. You might know me from a YouTube channel named Sonic Sledgehammer, and such miniature painting guides as 'How I Paint Things.' (I might be dating myself a little with a Troy McClure gag as an introduction, but how often do you get the chance?) The team at Anvil here got in touch to see if I'd be interested in making an introductory series on the basics of 3D printing, and I jumped at the opportunity.
Hello everyone! Today I’m going to briefly talk about our Digital Forge 3d prints and polyurethane (casting) resin lines, and just how interchangeable they are between the two!
Back in May, just before the launch of the Digital Forge, we asked people to submit a design for an original miniature! We had a large number of high-quality entries and the overall quality was excellent, making it very difficult to select concepts to shortlist!
We've recently launched the Anvil Digital Forge on Patreon, and we are very grateful for the fantastic support we have received so far! It's a new direction for us, and we understand a lot of our existing fans have concerns and questions, which we will try to cover here.
To celebrate the upcoming launch of Anvil Digital Forge, we are offering an opportunity to design an original Regiments or Burning Rose Character figure and win some great prizes!