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Henry Cobb, 15mm, 28mm and 54mm Miniature

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Henry Cobb, 15mm, 28mm and 54mm Miniature by dutchmogul May 5, 2013
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Born on an alternate Earth where the Confederacy won the American Civil War, Henry led a violent revolt, freeing his fellow slaves from the Applewhite plantation. Chased by the vengeful Abner Applewhite, the last of his clan, Henry and Abner were possessed by minions of the Faceless One and drawn into another reality.

Over one-hundred and fifty years later, Henry was freed from his demonic possession by the mysterious Doctor Solomon. Since that time, Henry has adapted to life in the Multiverse. Making a name for himself as hired muscle in the Nexus City underworld, Henry was soon hired on by the Lost Agency and, with that advancement, his reputation grew beyond the bounds of the seedy hub-world.

Slayer of monsters, savior of the downtrodden, and agent of justice, Henry is known across the Multiverse for his deeds. Since the disbanding of the Lost Agency, he has retreated to the solace of his farm in the refugee colony, Reverie. However, having made powerful enemies during his many adventures, its only a matter of time before they find him....

Henry is modeled in 54mm scale and is an RPG character created by Nathan Stephens and modeled by myself.

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Printed in halves in black ABS (layer height .1, 1 shell), assembled with superglue and painted with model acrylics. You can try printing the full model, though he'll need support.

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I just made one on my ultimaker 2. It printed much better than expected.
Thanks for the model

Wow, I saw! Which scale version is it? 54mm?

I printed it on scale 1:1.
It's about 60mm height

Dutch I believe we get very comparable and acceptable prints at.1 or .05 on our machines, don't you agree? I love your models and the detail is more than sufficient, however I plan to build a stereo-lithograph machine next myself for some of the finer details(: Nice as usual(:

Oh, for sure. I print just about everything at .1... haven't tried .05 though, maybe I should. The above picture is of a shapeways print, however. Getting this level of detail in a 28mm-scale face just hasn't been successful for me. But, for tabletop purposes, hell... I can make stuff that my friends and I are happy to play with.

Yah try out.05, You may need to fine tune your z stop like a 1/16 turn on the adjustment, depends on your adjustment availible and how fine you can adjust. I am thinking of switching to hall sensors to get even more precise and possibly thinner slicing(: Nice stuff again. Hey you ar in Washington state right? I am looking that direction after graduation, I have a fellow Alumni that lives up there and has started an indie game Co. Also you should check out Global Game Jam, it is a world wide game event that happens every year in January. I think you would have fun.

Yeah, that's right. I'm in Bellingham, which is about 70 miles north of Seattle. If you make your way over here you should look me up. What's your friend's company called? Looking into the GGJ... that looks really cool. I'll have to participate one of these times. Is it tabletop games?

It is what ever you decide to develop with whatever the topic or must be include theme they provide to everyone via internet. Last year it was a beating heart. So me and some friends hackd away at an android and PC based 8 Bit game we took second at ou location. 3rd place went to a table top game. This year I want to do a printable tabletop game(:

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