I found out about this thing called Hero Forge the other day. It's basically an interactive 3D character design program in a web page. I think it's largely aimed at a pen and paper RPG audience so they can make something akin to their RP character for use in the bits of the game where you need a physical character on a map (like a dungeon or something - I've only done that sort of game once so don't really know). Once you've designed your character you can pay for them to print it at a scale of a few cm, or just purchase the STL file. Anyway as you'd expect, it's mostly full of fantasy type options but there is a fair amount of scifi stuff too so I had a bit of fun last night having a go at creating something Wistrel like. No doubt, @Jamira will say "nope - no good" but hey well, I had fun, and the options weren't super extensive. I think ultimately the level of complexity available is designed so that the software is easy to use/not take too long, but also with the fact in mind that it's intended to only to be printed a few cm's tall, and not all the options for printing are super high detail. Anyway, I thought I'd share the results. I was particularly amused to see that they had a perfectly proportioned giant egg (ahhh...) that I could use on the stand, and yes, @McCormick will be pleased to know that there IS a wrench you can put in your character's hand :D. I'm debating maybe buying the STL and having my friend see if he can print it 12cm high or something. Dunno. or perhaps I get them to make me an uber expensive bronze version :D (no, really not - even though it does look pretty cool - maybe just buy paint la).