Stephanie Lassen
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Hi everyone! I am just getting started on Infiniite Gaming's next project. We are hoping for a line of 3d printed RPG dice, 4 sets each themed after a type of dragon from D&D (acid, fire, cold, electric). Here is an example of the acid 6d, we are getting a prototype printed (it will be green). What do you think?

 
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John "Omega" Williams
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Thematic but still readable. Good work.
 
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Tim Davidson
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The numbers look taller than they are wide. So could you make them bigger by placing them to the left of the symbols instead of above?

Random idea that might make sense -- could a dragon wrap around two sides (or more) sides? That would be a cool, amd eye grabbing, printable 3d effect. The tail could mean something different from the head, or dragon could be 1:3 probable.
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Possibly, we have a prototype coming in I will have to see how they look and fiddle with it.
 
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Ed Benckert
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Owning a print shop and a 3D printer, my only advice is pay a lot to have them really well done. Household 3D printers will never produce the quality that someone would want to buy. I've been to trade shows where people have had mediocre/homemade 3d printed items for sale and they look junky (mostly the lines that are evident in 3d printed objects), and I've passed them up.

3D printers are becoming cheaper and cheaper - its not a stretch for someone dedicated to a hobby (how much have YOU spent on games and gaming supplies? to invest in something like that.

My point - make sure they look fantastic, otherwise a decent portion of yor audience may lose interest in something they can feasibly "make themselves".
 
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