3D Printed Tabletop Female Warriors You Don’t Want to Miss

Written by Chanda Lalwani

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Posted on September 20 2021

Strong and empowered women lead to powerful and inspirational stories.

With resin 3D printing, creators, makers, and designers are now pushing the narrative and creating female tabletop miniatures and warriors who have a strong background and skill set. This is a great way to motivate young girls to know that they can do anything they want to as long as they put their mind to it.

Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K or Sonic Mighty 4K are capable of producing strong female tabletop miniatures with all their lifelike details, regardless of their size.

Now, let’s take a look at some examples of empowered 3D printed tabletop female warriors created by Bite the Bullet, CobraMode, and White Werewolf Tavern:


Bite the Bullet

Bite the Bullet

Over the past year, Bite the Bullet has created a variety of strong female warriors — from a group of sisters fighting in war together to non-human females!

Let’s get started with Diana, the Purifier pictured above. In this April 2021 release, Bite the Bullet created a band of strong sisters who go to battle together and are part of a medieval fantasy world. These are women with a fierce attitude; you don’t want to face them in war. Diana, the lead tabletop female warrior, has a shield and a burning censer as her weapons of choice. Just look at Diana. You can see the fire in her eyes and grit in her posture as she stands.

Interested in finding out more? Check out Bite the Bullet’s Patreon page.

Bite the Bullet

Courtesy of Bite the Bullet

Now, let’s meet Fiona, the Illusionist Thief. As part of their Exotic release, Bite the Bullet created Fiona who is a Tiefling (aka half human & half demon). With her tough facial expressions, power pose, the horns on her head, as well as her treacherous personality, Fiona stands out as a female character you would not dare to mess with.

Whether it's Diana’s intricate costume and burning censer or Fiona’s crazy horns, Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K is the best choice for creating detailed tabletop minis with ultra-high resolution. These 3D printed models showcase independent women who aren’t afraid to stand up for themselves.

Bite the Bullet was founded by Elisa Galindo, a 3D sculptor from Spain, along with her partner Danial Silvan who started their journey on Patreon and have since built their own brand and company.

Bite the bullet 3D Model

Elisa explained that she has always been inspired by characters with strong personalities such as characters from Blizzard or Riot, among others, stating that she really admires the stylized looks of their characters and decided to incorporate it into Bite the Bullet’s own tabletop minis so that the characters retain a lot of details without looking “too cartoony.”

She prefers creating characters with a strong personality so that they fend for themselves by using their attributes and abilities to accomplish their goals, instead of relying on others.

Bite the Bullet experiments with new creatures and elements beyond the human body and adds realistic details while striving to make the tabletop female warriors look “credible” and attractive at the same time.

The studio is providing a FREE STL File for all our readers. Click here to download Irya, the Barbarian’s 3D file for resin 3D printing!

CobraMode

CobraMode 3d Model

Courtesy of CobraMode


After Bite the Bullet’s fascinating grey female characters, let’s turn to CobraMode.

CobraMode has come up with several strong female protagonists that you can easily create with resin 3D printing. Let’s take a look at 2 of them today.

CobraMode 3D Model

In June, CobraMode created Psilomonedes (Noctuoidea Pontifex) - the Queen herself! She is chosen to lead Noctuoidea and is the avatar of the moon goddess. She spends most of her time living in the Chamber of the Ancients, where her wishes and earthly needs are catered to.

Phrozen Sonic Mighty 4K is perfect for printing out such a beautiful 3D printed tabletop with intricate designed feathers as well as the Queen’s stunningly detailed headpiece! Also, notice her facial expression, it really looks like she is at peace.

Want to know more? Check out their Patreon.

Courtesy of CobraMode

Next, let’s meet Ijliyah, or Tannit Geometer, a diligent math nerd. Ijliyah combines her knowledge of physics and probability, and understanding of heavenly bodies, to predict or prove future events based on mathematical calculations. To help her out, she has her trusty telescope lens staff and star charts to observe the skies at all times.

CobraMode is a 2-person studio created by Erin McClellan, a 3D sculptor, and Andrea Lam, a 2D artist & writer. Andrea explained that they were inspired by Middle Eastern astronomers and astrologers while creating Ijliyah. This cute and tiny little tabletop miniature is just perfect to print out with Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K.

CobraMode 3D Model

Courtesy of CobraMode

CobraMode strives to create unique and diverse tabletop miniatures as well as unconventional female characters that stand out as they look to push the boundaries both artistically and conceptually.

Andrea stated that she enjoys making up stories and imagining how these female characters would behave in their societies, while her husband, Erin, enjoys thinking about how to showcase the aesthetics of the 3D printed tabletops, this includes the silhouette, pose, expressions and even the hairstyles.

Find out more about CobraMode on their Patreon page.


White Werewolf Tavern

White Werewolf Tavern 3D Model

Last but not least, let’s talk about White Werewolf Tavern.

White Werewolf Tavern is a 3-person creator studio that is known for creating high quality and dynamic resin miniatures that you can create with resin 3D printing. These are typically used for gaming and painting purposes. Let’s take a look at some examples of strong female warrior characters created by White Werewolf Tavern:

White Werewolf Tavern 3D Model

Maletta is the physical avatar of the God of Death while Laedira is perhaps one of the most conniving and evil characters to exist. She also plans to overthrow the world of the living.

White Werewolf Tavern

Courtesy of White Werewolf Tavern


While Maletta safeguards the souls of the living as they move onto the afterlife, Laedira on the other hand, schemes to bring them back in order to serve her evil plans.

White Werewolf Tavern

Courtesy of White Werewolf Tavern


White Werewolf Tavern explained that they faced challenges of getting their 3D printed models to represent the nature of the characters so that people would be able to just glance at the model and understand the characters and their intentions. In their releases, the studio designs complex 3D printed models that have detailed costumes, headgear, and tricky personalities so that no one can mess with them. Find out more on their Patreon.

Click here to claim your free STL file of the Demon Hunter (featured above) courtesy of White Werewolf Tavern.


Quick Summary


There are just so many interesting female warriors to create with resin 3D printing! Bite the Bullet created Diana and Fiona, two strong and independent women you don’t want to mess with while CobraMode introduced us to Psilomonedes, the elegant Queen, and Ijliyah, the extremely smart math nerd. With White Werewolf Tavern, we introduce you to 2 of the studio’s other 3D printed models, Maletta and Laedira, both of whom have plans in the underworld.

Why not use Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K and Sonic Mighty 4K and try it out for yourself?

Click here to download your FREE stl files from Bite the Bullet and White Werewolf Tavern! Make sure to check out our previous blog post on rising designers who have created 3D printed tabletops for tabletop gaming.

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  • Thank you guys!
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    Posted by Bite the Bullet | September 27, 2021
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    Posted by Bite the Bullet | September 25, 2021
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