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Printable cardstock miniatures offer tabletop RPG gamers a viable alternative to plastic or metal figures. Available as downloadable PDF files, printable minis are cheaper to purchase, faster to prepare, more convenient to store, and easier to transport than traditional 3D minis.

5e Minis from Okumarts

PnPG Christmas List: Okumarts Minis on DMsGuild

If you’ve read many posts on this blog, you know I’m a big fan of printable miniatures from David Okum of Okumarts. David’s line at DriveThruRPG and RPGNow includes dozens of sets of first-class cardstock minis, covering genres from fantasy to science fiction, steam punk to post-apocalypse, superheroes to wild west, Cthulhu to manga, and …

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Trash Mob Minis: Heroes vs. Monsters printable miniatures

Two Years’ Worth of Trash Mob Minis

Tweet One of the most talented and prolific artists working in the tiny—but growing!—field of printable cardstock miniatures is Jess Jennings, the man behind Trash Mob Minis. This week, Jennings announced the second anniversary of Trash Mob Minis’ commercial debut on DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, and I thought I’d celebrate the occasion by looking back over the Trash …

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Cardstock miniatures by PaperMini at Patreon

PnPG Recommends: Papermini Cardstock Minis

Tweet An increasing number of print-and-play miniature artists are distributing their work through Patreon these days. (I’ll do an overview of the cardstock minis scene at Patreon soon.) A newcomer who’s caught my attention is Lucas Marko, who’s just started a Patreon page under the name of PaperMini. In his first three months, Marko’s released …

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