A set of four “Abstract theme” player pieces for the Ravensburger Labyrinth Contest consists of a Yellow, Green, Red, and Blue Players. Each player has two parts: a base piece and a head piece. On the front of each base unit is one of four corner patterns, representing the starter tile for that player. When the head piece is mounted onto the Base piece the design has a 1cm base and a maximum height slightly less than 4 cm. You can use the base piece by itself ( 1.5 cm high) or insert the head piece (inserted slightly less than 4cm high).
Each player’s base piece has a different corner face orientation. This design feature is intended to match the corner starting position on the game board. The head piece features a “Labyrinth” design made up of the other non corner shapes on the board. These can be printed in any color — They can either match the color of the base piece or be a totally different color.
The design of each player piece is quite similar (they are equal but different ).Although the players look quite similar each piece is unique due to the different corner orientations and the 180 degree rotation of the top slot (used to attach the head piece). The design is meant for each player piece to be 3d printed in a different filament to designate the four different starting (and ending) color circles on the game board. If however you use the same color filament to print all pieces the unique aspect within each player piece can be useful in order to differentiate one player piece from another.
Most likely the color chosen for both head piece and base piece would match for each player. However since all the head pieces have an identical design — you might choose to print the head pieces in a different color than the base it is attached to.
You might want to add a rule to replace your head piece with a different color in order to indicate that you have captured all your treasure cards and are on the way home. In this way you put others on notice that you are heading for the win without them having to look for your pile of treasure cards. To do this you would select a color other than Yellow, Green, Red, or Blue to designate the return trip.
The base pieces are designed to stand with stability with a focus on clean lines look and feel as you move the piece. Together with the head pieces the design of each player piece is a metaphor for the fixed components of the Labyrinth game board. ( By the way you might notice that designed into each base piece is an indent to symbolize a holding area for treasures you have captured. )
The builds do not require any supports (although on my makerbot printer a raft is automatically added by the makerbot slicer program).
The software I used to create the design is iPad Pro based and called Shapr3D.