Give your RPG and tabletop wargames a dockside feel with our 3D printed terrain piece, Shackton House #2. Created by Ian Lovecraft and manufactured by Laser Craft Workshop, this Shackton House appears to have begun as a single-story building which acquired additional levels over time. Shackton construction features rough wooden walls with reinforcing timbers, overhanging rooms, small windows, and meandering metal gutters and downspouts. Interiors include similar rough wood walls, flooring, and visible timber supports.
On the table, this Shackton House, occupies a roughly 5-1/2 inch by 7 inch footprint and reaches 8-1/4 inches into the sky. The structure breaks down into 4 levels for storage and access. Each level is approximately 2 inches high with the roof topper being a bit taller. The first and third levels have playable interiors with a single room taking up most of their space. The second level adds to the spacious first level with an open ceiling. The fourth level, attic, is not accessible and serves as a roof topper.
The 3D printed kit includes a single front door for the structure. We recommend straightened paperclips for the door hinges. A small amount of 2-part epoxy in the holes at the bottom and top of the door frame will hold the pin firmly allowing the door to swing.
The 3D printed terrain, Shackton House #2, is made under license with Ian Lovecraft. Our 3D printed terrain is made from PLA with 0.15-layer height for high resolution and superb quality.