The army gets closer to completion step by step. The Siege Breakers are missing in the picture.
The most asked question so far is "how much does a model cost ?"
That's difficult to answer, because I do not really keep track of material and number of models printed. The resin cost per Ogre is theoretically about 2,40 Euro. Theoretically, because it does not include spill and waste.
The army on the picture above took about two and a half bottles of resin. Cost about 400 Euro. I had to recoat the vat 8 times, which amounts to another 50 Euro. If we add another 50 Euro for paper towels, IPA and things I forgot, that's about 500 Euro. But what you don't see are the prototypes and design studies I printed. That's at least a third as many models. And I printed other stuff as well, so the 500 Euro might be for 1.5 of this army, reducing the cost for the "next copy of the army" to about 350 Euro.
This does not take into account print- or design time or hard- or software cost etc..
This does not take into account the learning curve for the printing process, software and design.
So it's not worth from the point of saving anything, be it time or money. But it allows me to design and "manufacture" my own miniatures which is in the end all I want - and wanted for a very long time.
The number of readily available free good wargaming-models is very low. So if you are not prepared and willing to design your own miniatures, it's not really worth to invest this kind of money and time.