Skyrim: Dawnguard Vampire Lord
by Vsions, published
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I created the Vampire Lord for the Skyrim DLC: Dawnguard. I decided to take the zbrush model I made for it and turn it into this bust for my own personal use. I was however given permision to share it with you guys for anyone that may be a Skyrim fan or just wants a cool looking creature in general. Vampire Lord is property of Bethesda Games Studios. Feel free to print and enjoy this model but please do not alter it or try to sell it in any way, it is illegal and they will find out, trust me.
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This Thing was printed in PLA. It is composed of two models, the main bust and some small horns that are printed seperately. I have supplied some images with some colors that show you what to remove and where to add the horns. The red tinted is support structures to remove and the green are where the horns go. It was sliced with KisSlicer here are the settings:
Skin Thickness: 0.6
Extrusion Width: 0.4
Infill Extrusion Width: 0.4
Layer Thickness: 0.04
Temp: 1st layer-216, 2nd Layer-180 Fan on at all times and if possible a large fan cooling the whole part
Speed: Perimiter-20, Solid Infill-50, Sparse-70
Skyrim: Dawnguard Vampire Lord by Vsions is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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