Getcha Red Hot Mouflons! I learned of Settlers of Catan relatively late in life; most of middle school was occupied by Axis and Allies (need replacement WWII tanks? get ’em here), but if I had it to do over again I’d have spent some time building roads and trading sheep for bricks. Catan’s got a huge following among the 3D printing community, so it’s no surprise that talented artists have produced some really wonderful replacements for the card stock pieces.
The above set is from Catan_sheep_hexagon from tedparsec available on Shapeways. Below is a set from Sublime available as files over on Github here.
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