by Skimbal, published

Zombie by Skimbal Nov 25, 2013

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Note: This thing's files are identical to the files for the Headcrab Zombie. They are re-posted here for clarity.

Zombie Upper torso.stl needs to be printed with support material. It prints best upside down, with the top of the neck peg resting on the platform.

Use the arms and legs from:

Assembly (Using the images for reference)

Glue the Lungs and Organs into the Chest wound. Then press the upper torso onto the lower torso, and press the finished chest wound into place. Use glue to secure the parts together if needed.

You will also need:

Zombie Head:

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These figures are amazing! I want to print them all (of course, I'll need a horde of zombies). Do you print them at the actual "L"-toy size? I may have to wait for a better printer, or print them oversized.

All of these figures are designed at 4x the normal size. They are complex prints, but should be achievable on any decently maintained printer that prints support material reliably.

4x - Perfect for desk toys...err...I mean...decorations!
I'm in the process of rebuilding my printer, then calibration, then custom figures!

This just blows my mind! Amazing!