Technomancer Ral, here!
I’m a geek who loves his tech hobbies. I enjoy 3D printing, VR gaming, tabletop gaming and combining the hobbies occasionally. Most of my 3D prints are terrain and miniatures for tabletop gaming, a few are accessories for my VR setup, and others as I come upon them.
You can find my Thingiverse page here:
My current dream project is building a warp core table lamp.
I’ve been holding off on it for a while because a variety of issues regarding printing, the key factor being that the print times are extensive and I don’t do unattended prints, especially with the occasional reports I hear of 3D printers starting fires.
Given the quote on my first page, I feel like people may wonder why I call this a Technomancer page versus a Technomage page. In my mind, -mage implies a certain level of proficiency and mastery, and -mancer implies that someone performs a certain field but is not a standard of mastery in itself. I do not at this time feel I can claim the level of proficiency at which I would call myself a technomage.
Current Learning Goals: