I know we are supposed to.stick.to.Lego and not discuss other brands, but does that extend to accessories, utensils, weapons etc.? I would SO love to get my hands on some 17-18th century gunpowder Lego weapons. Matchlock musquets (not "muskets!), Saker style cannon, wheel lock pistols. I have experience sculpting and building all these things for.military miniatures and toy soldiers (not the same thing). But anything I create for Lego use I can only gravity cast in resin. So while I can make basically anything I want for a static plastic miniature, they would be no good for Lego, unable to stand up to anything but display. I believe that Lego, by definition, is made to be played with! The main reason I got away from military.miniatures is my seven year old partner in crime. I love the versatility and infinite possibility of Lego! I'd pee myself for a wheel lock pistol design from one of the aftermarket Lego weapons/accessory companies. I can make items that look good, but are only fit for a shelf. I have my heart set on a decent 3D printer but the prices are still too dear. I bet those machines scare the seed pods off big toy companies!