Bad-533D, Servitor Convict
by dutchmogul, published
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NAME: BAD-533D SPECIES: Servitor ORIGIN: Nexus City
Once an independent guide for prospectors surveying the Salt Cliffs of Naraka, BAD-533D fell in with a bad crowd during his off-hours in the Nexus City services district. After an incompetent breaking-and-entering spree, BAD-533D was apprehended by Circle Securities and, in accordance with Servitor law, was reprogrammed to inhibit his capacity for free will. Now, BAD-533D fulfills his guide duties at the behest of a wealthy outfitter and has yet to relapse into his larcenous ways.
Model designed in TinkerCAD. 3D printed on my Makerbot Replicator and hand painted with water-based acrylics.
This guy is my fifth entry for the 30 Characters Challenge.
Wow, this guy was a hoot...
so, printed him in PLA at a 230 extruder temp. .10 layer height, 10% infill, 2 shells, the ushe.
Each piece was printed in halves and assembled with superglue. You'll need two sets of medium sized legs for the front and one set for the back. Then I painted him in a few layers of water-based acrylics.
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