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Who will be the first...

by fantasygraph, published

Who will be the first... by fantasygraph Apr 1, 2013

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her name is 'black swan' and there is a big reward on her head.

the guards found her when she was hidden in the old ruins near the town.

"throw your weapons to the ground ! or we will take them on your dead body.." shout the captain...

The woman, her back against the wall, turn her head slowly toward the men and whisper " tell me.. Who will be the first to die trying to do that ?"
the guards begin to retreat while she walks towards them, the tip of her swords leaving a slight groove in the road dust..

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If I was printing down at 0.2 yeah I probably would slow it down a bit, I've printed 2 now, I might do the Bust next, ill try that at 0.2 and much slower, cheers.

too much speed i think... i print at 30mm/s (half of you) .. that's perhaps why...
you are the first to tell me that you need support for this model.. but for the raft, i agree

Sorry, have to disagree my friend. On this particular one, for me anyway, her nose droops and so does her hair at the top lip, and on the Huntress model, the panther head is impossible to print without supports, as the chin droops severely, the angle is just too high for my printer, I would love to print them without rafts of supports, but for me just not possible - and I have tried many many times.

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it's my latest creation and i think it's the best one..

she's gorgeous when printed (height : 135mm)
no support needed but I suggest you a one layer raft/brim to stabilize the printing of the first part of the left sword.

the pictures of my print will follow. i fight against a clogged extruder for the moment

i will be happy to see you printing.. have fun

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Geoffro on Jan 9, 2014 said:

I printed mine at 0.25 , 5% infill, ran the nozzle at 70ms feed and 110ms travel with rafts and supports. Printed in exactly 4.5 hours.

fantasygraph on Jan 9, 2014 said:

support are not necessary. i optimized the geometry for that goal...

Eirinn on May 29, 2013 said:

How long did it take you to print? My KISS Slicer says 11 hours at the moment... seems a bit crazy at 0.2mm

fantasygraph on May 29, 2013 said:

it depend from your base speed.. but mine took somethink like 7-8h

Sanjay on Apr 21, 2013 said:

I really love this and your other works, designing things like this for support-less printing while still looking excellent is quite a skill.

fantasygraph on Apr 22, 2013 said:

thank you ..it's my pleasure

Bingbong on Apr 6, 2013 said:

I just want to tell you that I enjoy your creation. Always a great figure with great story, AND no support! I have just registered to thingiverse just to say thank you. Keep up!

fantasygraph on Apr 6, 2013 said:

thank you for your comment...I'm redoing my model 'the sorceress' to remove the need of support.. so.. a sorceress 2.0 will born in not too much time :D

DivineShadow on Apr 2, 2013 said:

This is a really nice sculpture, it prints well too.!! Excellent work!! - Thanks for sharing.

fantasygraph on Apr 2, 2013 said:

thank you.. all my models are made to be printable on standard 3d printer (reprap style).. i hate to download something to see that you can't print it or only on special high -end printer with insane resolution

mikedeklerk on Apr 2, 2013 said:

"it's my last creation". I think you mean "it's my latest creation"? Or did you stop creating ;) ?

fantasygraph on Apr 2, 2013 said:

yes.. corrected.. the joy to use a language that is not your native one :)

thank you ,it's my own design

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