Ralph Siggurdson: Dwarven Demolitions Expert

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Ralph Siggurdson: Dwarven Demolitions Expert by dutchmogul May 1, 2013
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Formerly a blaster for a prolific dwarven mining company, Ralph Siggurdson eschewed his clan code and went rogue, joining the trans-universal mercenary unit known as Baker's Dozen. Since the surviving Dozen retired and went their separate ways, Ralph was last seen relic hunting in Tunnelworld, the vast, labyrinthine complex sprawling beneath the waste-world of Eden 2.

Ralph is modeled in 54mm scale and is an RPG character created by thingiverse user Foolsgmbit and modeled by myself



Printed in halves in black ABS (layer height .1, 1 shell), assembled with superglue and painted with model acrylics.

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Do you think this would print well at half size? I want to use him in a 28mm game.

Oh, for sure. I'm not sure how much of a percentage you'd want to scale him down to, but we use this model at 20mm (Pocket-Tactics scale) and that worked out fine, so I can only imagine that the detail will be retained at 28mm.

Holy crap it's a Squat.

Hehe... he didn't bring his wagon.