Gorb (28mm Miniature)

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Gorb (28mm Miniature) by dutchmogul Jan 18, 2013

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Gorb is the last of his species. Gorb gave them up to the enemy so that he could save his own skin. Nobody cares much for Gorb. Gorb feels very alone.



Printed in black ABS at 100% infill with a layer height of ,10. Assembled with superglue and painted with model acrylics.

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I have to say, you really are good at designing for 3d printing. Not only is the character well done but the cut/reassembly is perfect. And as always the paint job is top notch. I always point you out when a friend of mine starts to talk about printing gaming figures.

Thanks, man. I really appreciate that. I started this guy last night as something quick and fun I could print, but when it came to the cutting for printing part, that ended up taking a bit of doing. Honestly, I don't know why there aren't more gamers printing pieces for their games. So many miniature enthusiasts seem to have an unbelievably high set of standards when it comes to these things. While I understand that miniatures printed on a Replicator aren't of the detail/quality of pewter or injection molded Games Workshop stuff, YOU CAN MAKE ANYTHING YOU WANT!! Isn't that amazing in and of itself? They'll come around, I think. Especially as the quality improves. That is something I'm trying to pioneer here. Desktop miniature fabrication... because I want it SO badly, and as far as I'm concerned, its here ;-)

I agree 100%. I am awful at design, but I am stunned at the overall lack of miniature related things on here. Thanks for your great work!

Hey, thanks for the words! Yeah, I'll do what I can to saturate the 'verse with mini-stuff, but I know others will join in. Starting to see them more and more! Don;t give up on design though. Takes practice and perseverance (or in my case, unhealthy obsession).