Well, here it is. Definitive proof that you can create affordable, tabletop quality, 28mm scale miniatures on a 3D printer. Konstantin Krieger printed this on his Incube3D SLA printer for me, and I thought I should go ahead and post the model after I painted it. This was every bit as easy to paint as a Games Workshop or Reaper model. As an aside, I forget that I love working with the "Cthulhu palette."
A couple of quick notes: We're currently running a Kickstarter campaign for the 15mm scale sci-fi buildings I've been posting the last few weeks, so if you're into 15mm scale gaming and you don't have a printer of your own, come drop us a pledge and get some swag! Also, to celebrate our new campaign, we've made the PDF version of our tabletop RPG, Wayfarer: Things Beyond Wonder FREE to download for the remainder of our Kickstarter campaign (so, through May 15th), so if you like tabletop roleplaying and want to check it out, hit the link and give it a download. You don't have to be a backer to get it, so tell your friends!
We've set up a Patreon page for anyone who's interested in helping to fund us so we can keep making free and open sourced games like Pocket-Tactics, Wayfarer Tactics. and others, not to mention the growing catalog of gaming miniatures that you can use for whatever you want! (Psst... we take requests and commissions...)