Creative outlets

Creating, building , experimenting, and prototyping are wonderful hands-on outlets I enjoy in my spare time. Ever since I was a kid, I loved building experimental designs in Lego and nothing could keep me from growing my Lego city through months-long infrastructure works.

As I got older, my passion for the humble Lego brick evolved into engineering, often combined with computer science. Nowadays my spare time is most often devoted to woodworking, 3D printing (both FDM and SLA), and miniature crafting and painting for Dungeons & Dragons, and the many board games I enjoy.

Miniature painting

Some of the miniatures I’m most proud of are displayed below. I printed almost all of them on an Elegoo Saturn 2 8K, and finished them with paints and basing materials from The Army Painter.

Faldorn Goblins, by Artisan Guild

Darkness of the Lich Lord, by Artisan Guild


Because playing Dungeons and Dragons with miniatures but without terrain does not make any sense, I also took a leap into crafting terrain pieces and scatter terrain for the campaigns my friends and I play. I combine 3D printed parts from my Creality Ender 3 v2 with handmade sculpts and builds.

Self-imagined forest ruins, with arches from Terrain4Print’s Ulvheim set

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