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Female Knight (multiple poses)

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Female Knight (multiple poses) by stockto Sep 12, 2015

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A lady knight, for tabletop games! I've included 4 poses, with polygon base and circle base models for each.

Feel free to request other poses/props!

And, upload pictures of your makes! I would love to see how they come out.

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What Kind of printer, filament, settings, etc did you use? I tried my hand at printing miniatures when I first got my printer and never had great results. Your model looks absolutely awesome!

Very nice! I am an aspiring modeler who could use a few tips and tricks to make my own models like this- such as how do you get it so detailed? And how do you pose models?

cute i neeeeeeed one! xD

I love this model and the one with her cat and other poses. I am painting this one now. I wish I could model like this.

what paints do you use?

Those 99 cent acrylic paints you can get at craftsy stores. Then I spray it with some acrylic lacquer I got from AutoZone - gives it a nice shiny finish.

I was wondering how long it takes you to model one of these. This is really great work and I want a reference on how long it takes to make something like this in blender. I have used other cad for engineering and historical modeling but not for artistic purposes.

Hi Benjamin,

I wasn't keeping track, but my guess is that this took me around 8 hours in Blender. I've heard Sculptris is a good tool for making models like this if you're up for trying something new.

Thanks for the info. I am going to look at the tutorials you linked in the comments below. Thanks again!

A friend I game with has requested a mini for her character that is almost IDENTICAL to this character in regard to fashion. Only change is that she is a tiefling sorceress. Could you add a sorceress post that I could clip some horns and a tail onto?

Even changing the "Sword ready" model into something with a staff instead could work!

Hi Sean, thanks for the vote of approval. Glad you like the models. :)

These models were all done in Blender with about 6 months of 'every so often' experience. Modeling seems intimidating at first but you can pick it up really fast.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y__uzGKmxt8 is a great tutorial to introduce you to beginning blender concepts.
And https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiIoWrOlIRw is the series that I followed to learn character modeling and rigging (attaching a skeleton to a model and then posing it). It's a really good one.

Good luck! I'll look forward to seeing what you make.

Thank you for getting back to me so soon, and for the advice. The first time I opened blender my first thought was "there is no way this is in English." After watching the tutorial I feel like I can spot a few words in English lol. Thanks again!!!

Hey, I really like your work and I am really new to this whole 3d printing thing. I want to try my hand at modeling, and well your model is what I ideally want to make. I mean detail level, and multiple poses, I am just not sure where to start. would you mind letting me know what program you used to make this? Thanks !!

Dec 29, 2015 - Modified Dec 29, 2015

Would you be able to slightly tweak the standing relaxed with sword to have the sword not in the ground? Like angling it up a little bit. I want to try putting it on a another base and a sword going into cobblestones would just look, well odd... (Which also means make it without a base if possible?) Thank you very much if you do so, I've been a long term D&D nerd and I have just gotten my first printer so I'm putting it through it's paces.

Thanks Lina! I'm glad you like the models.

chdd, here are a couple of different prayer poses for you. Enjoy!

This is a great model had trouble printing the leaning on a sword one on a lulzbot but the others look great!! Thank you

Cheers Mate!

I also wonder if a "Kneel in prayer" pose is also possible?

HammerHead - unfortunately there's no good 'halfway' line down the middle of the models, meaning that any way you split these models they will need supports.

chdd - Seductive isn't my style but here's a sassy arms-crossed pose!

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Hey Andrew! It looks great! Could you split it in half so it can be printed without supports? Like this would be great http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:974177.

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