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Templar7 by dutchmogul Jul 9, 2012
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A tall, retro robot with a vaguely knightly look. The base is 35mm.

Sculpted in Tinkercad.


Printed at a .10 layer height with %10 infill. Took about an hour and a half to print.

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This looks so gorgeous! I cant wait to print it.

Awesome! Post up a pic when you do!

I would love to see a making of, of such a miniature in the future. Maybe just a few pictures, from Printed to Finished. Looks so amazing, you can't really see it's 3D Printed!

Hey thanks, Roland! Actually, I'm working on ways to produce little guys like this. I haven't revisited this dude since my early days of printing (er...like 6 months ago or something) but I've been thinking about re-printing him lately, maybe even making some accessories, like a shoulder-mounted cannon or something awesome.

What do you folks use for the grasses underneath?

For that I used Games Workshop static grass, but there's a ton of different companies that make the stuff. Ask in any hobby, game or model train shop and they'll probably know what you're looking for.