These are some gnomess miniatures that I made, which you would not be embarrassed to give your daughter for her D&D character. There is no shortage of female character minis out there, but many of them have a “pinup” aesthetic… I’m not against that, but I wanted to make my figures attractive rather than sexy.
The Gnomess Cleric was my first girl gnome,created to go with my other Guardin’ Gnomes.
This Gnomess Warrior has scalemail armor, helm and shield. She also has a Scarlet Johannson smile!
The Gnomess Ranger has studded leather armor, short sword and bow. She is super cute–but I may think so because she looks like my granddaughter!
All of these girl gnomes are available on my Etsy shop. Scales are 28mm D&D, 32mm Heroic, 54mm, 75mm, and 100mm.
If you have been wishing you could use one of my Gnome miniatures for your next character or campaign, but do not have a 3Dprinter, now you can buy physical miniatures directly from me! I have added a Miniature section to my Etsy shop. These miniatures are printed by me in a durable ABS like resin. They are 28mm scale (1:56) for tabletop games like D&D or Pathfinder.
These are just the first available– I will be adding more as I have a chance to print and paint. Make your next character a Gnome!
What do these gnomes look like without their caps? That was one of the questions that I asked myself when one of my Patreon Sponsors asked me to design some…
I thought this little guy looked adorable! I sculpted a lot of detail into him, so that he will make a great miniature or figurine. I plan on adding more of this style of gnome to my Patreon, Etsy, and Cults3D for you to enjoy!
After the trauma of dealing with scammers using my photographs to rip people off with phony ads on Facebook, Amazon, and Walmart this Spring… I started looking for a way to make my gnomes available to fans who did not have access to a 3Dprinter.
I decided to create a limited edition of these gnomes. 8″ tall, solid resin, hand-painted in loving detail. Each gnome figurine is designed, sculpted, 3dprinted and painted by me, the original artist. Each sculpture is limited to only 50 pieces, and comes with a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity. These exquisitely sculpted Guardin’Gnomes are created in resin using a process called stereolithography, which allows for details as small as 43µm (smaller than a human hair!). The 3Dprinting process can reproduce details and undercuts that would be impossible with traditional mold-making.
This charming Gnome adventurer carries a sturdy wooden shield, and a heavy mace. He carries a pack of supplies on his back. He is ready to defend both your home or garden.
This mighty warrior gnome carries a sturdy shield and broadsword. He wears a winged helmet and heavy coat of scalemail. On his back is his adventurers pack full of supplies. He is ready to defend your home or garden!
This stalwart gnome stands ready to defend home and garden, with his winged helmet and coat of chainmail. He carries a heavy bronze spear and wears a pack of adventuring gear on his back.
This tough little gnome is armed with horned helmet and chainmail, and carries a big axe. He is ready to defend home and garden!
This wise wizard gnome wields a carved dragon staff and a heavy spellbook full of magic that he can use to protect your home or garden. at his waist he has a couple of scroll cases, as well as his trusty dagger.
This beautiful gnomess healer carries her holy symbol on her staff, and has her hand raised to cast protective magic on your home or garden. Her cap is adorned with pearls and gold decorations, and on her back is her adventuring kit of supplies.
These six Guardin’Gnome designs are also available Unpainted, if you would like to paint it to suit your style. Available exclusively through my Etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/zandoria
My newest theme for my 3Dprintable miniatures is Trolls. I’ve been researching a lot of artists and Scandinavian folk and fairy tales for inspiration. I think the biggest influence that I have is the fairy tale artwork of John Bauer.
I see them as big and shaggy, somewhat beastly in form… As I read some of the stories, I thought about our cousins the Neanderthals, and how they were displaced by our ancestors. The trolls seem to have retreated from the noisy humans and younger races in the same way, and I wondered if that might be a possible origin of their stories, (as well as yetis and jotun and even bigfoot!)
I started with a drawing in Procreate, and then a ZSphere armature in ZBrush for the basic form.
After sculpting the basic Troll body, I brought in some other 28mm scale objects as a reference, so that I could be sure my finished miniature would look good on the table after printing.
Using my drawing as a reference, I detailed the fur and the Trolls accessories. The John Bauer troll illustrations were influenced by the dress of the Sami people of Norway. So I decided that I would also draw from that, as well as relics from bronze age Scandinavia, such as the Troll’s sword:
I really liked Bauer’s big noses, so I decided to use that in my interpretation. Another artist that I love, Paul Bonner, also gives his trolls big noses and cites John Bauer as an influence!
This is the finished model, rendered in ZBrush. I exported this as an .STL file for 3Dprinting for my Patreon.
I was very happy with how these Troll turned out, so I am planning to sculpt a few more trolls for my Patreon. If you like it, and would like to print your own, they are available exclusively at www.patreon.com/Zandoria
I had this idea that I thought would look pretty cool: Gnomes for D&D, bust sculpted in the style of Garden Gnomes! Where they typically have a pointed cap, I would keep that shape, but make it a pointed helmet. This was a series of sketches that I made the next morning when I woke up with the idea…
After I sculpted a few, I decided to make a “Garden-Sized” version for the yard! The mini is printed on my SparkmakerFHD and the big version on my Ender3.
I am sculpting some more for my Patreon for next month, but if you would like to get these you can buy on Cults3D: