Over this last term I have further experimented with the wonders of 3D printing. Thingiverse is a fantastic repository of cool bits and pieces!
Case in point...this. A V-35 Courier Speeder. My Edge of the Empire party needed a four seater speeder, so...
This is actually my second print - I decided that the first was too small, so sized it roughly to shoulder height in response to watching A New Hope accompanied by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra live - specifically so that the top of the roof is shoulder height.
I have subsequently found this. Ha, those black bits should be windows! (And it's a two seater? Not mine!)
Notice the layering of the print underneath. I filled in the underside of the nose, the roof and the back with Squadron Green Putty modelling filler to smooth it out.
Of course it's painted red, because, as everyone knows...the red ones go faster!
I also applied some rudimentary wear and tear to it.
That blue speeder above is a Wizards of the Coast Star Wars Miniature, purchased specifically for SW RPG.
I have also printed some repulsor lift cargo sleds, that came with these nifty stands. So I printed an extra one, drilled a hole, and...