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Deathclaw by KyleG Nov 28, 2012
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A deathclaw model pulled from Fallout New Vegas.

Feel free to request any other Fallout model.


Support material is probably necessary.
Though I haven't tried without.
Have fun with this adorable little demon monster!

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Hey thanks for uploading this! How difficult would it be to get a deathclaw in an attack pose as opposed to the T pose? My prints aren't as intimidating as I'd like :)

Hey so I was wondering how did you print this? Did you place it on its back with supports, or did you do something different?

All good requests, but I think the best model to pull would be 'grandma Lilly'! I mean come on, she's the one who shouts "Don't worry pumpkin grandma knows how to stay quiet." every time you go into sneak.

Cracks me up every time...

Beautiful job, As aether asked how did you pull the model, Iwould enjoy printing my char from the fallut

Look up Nifskope. It's a program that lets you open, edit, and export the .nif files used as meshes in the game. Then browse thru your data folder for the right file, open it in nifskope, export it as a .obj, then open it up in a program like Meshmixer to save it again as an stl or other printable format.

This is awesome. May I request a BOS/Enclave mask and a yao guai?

how did you pull model?

Vault boy bobble head from fallout 3

How about a legit Fallout 1 or 2 PipBoy?  That would be AWESOME!