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28mm Scifi Corporate Mercenary

by dutchmogul, published

28mm Scifi Corporate Mercenary by dutchmogul Jan 12, 2013
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"Are you an opportunistic, amoral sociopath? Circle-Tech doesn't mind! Brains? Initiative? Go get 'er attitude? Optional. Unwavering devotion to profit and a willingness to do as you're told? A must. Do you want to wear the latest tactical enviro-armor and show off the newest particle-projection weaponry? Be the envy of scum and villainy everywhere! Come join the Circle-Tech family and see the Multiverse!"

CIRCLE-TECH: WHERE INNOVATION AND APPLICATION COME FULL CIRCLE

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Printed at 100% infill and at a .10 layer height. Model needs a little glue for assembly.

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DOes anyone know a software that I can use to remix/retexture this? My school has a rule that we can't use the 3d printer unless we have made/edited the model. Thanks!

Absolutely! Use TinkerCAD. Free, web-based program. You can import the STL file there and futz with the model, and it really couldn't be easier. Post a pic if you get him printed!

cool stuff here DutchMogul! ;-) Did you print that diorama to?

I did indeed! You can find all of the pieces here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:41365http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

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my hat off to you Sir! ;-) looks friggin' cool!!

Thanks, dude!

Great work. To better find it, you should fix the tags you assigned. Currently there is only a single one gigantic tag:

miniature_28mm_25mm_rpg_tabletop_scifi_gaming_game_mercenary_futuristic_cyberpunk_multiverse_nexus

Ah, damnit... yeah, I use a few sites that do tags and they each have a different system (spaces, commas, etc). Thanks for the heads up, I'll fix it right away. Also, thanks for the compliment!

I love that picture comparing your printed/painted game piece versus three off the shelf models.

Thanks, man. I think the off the shelf models are better, but I like that he can join in on their games, as it were.

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