It just happens that computer games became the medium for popularizing Slavic folklore. To most, the white-haired monster slayer series was the first encounter with legends of eastern Europe. We hold tradition close to our hearts, so every initiative to promote the history is more than welcome. Especially, if the team responsible works so close to Zortrax headquarters. Meet Slavic Monsters – a location-based game that brings ancient Slavic mythology back to life!
Initial sketches of the monsters were converted to digital models and then 3D printed. “It was extremely helpful to have the characters recreated as tangible objects” says Marek Maruszczak – the game’s lead designer. After all, they are making a game immersed into real world, so 3D printer helped to bring the concept closer. With the reliable 3D printer at hand, quick 3D prints and up-close examinations of designs became possible. Furthermore, Z-ULTRAT material ensured fast and failure-free 3D prints.
You can read more about the preserving traditional culture with 3D printing technology in the article about Fridis.