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The Predator Wall Mount

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The Predator Wall Mount by falken76 Jun 7, 2013
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This is a Wall Decoration of The Predator. This is taken from a Bust that is a work in progress that will be uploaded in full at a later date. This was air brushed and hand painted. Printed at .15 MM on a Makerbot Replicator 2

This was from a Scan of a sculpture by Raf Grassetti, Scanned by Chauvo

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very nice work...

Excellent work by chauvo

I forgot how long it took, but it was done at .15mm. I think it took around 8 to 10 hours, but I could be wrong.

Hi, someone can tell me how many time it cost to print it ?

Can you put s 0.5 scale of it please. Thank you

Very, very cool! Any plans to upload the bottom half, so it can be presented on a pedistal?

Hi, we used a plastic primer because the paints don't seem to stick well when we apply it directly to the plastic. Clean it first with soap and water, then prime it. Then we used Acrylic paints in our air brush setup. The parts that were painted with a brush were also done with acrylic paints. We have used Enamel as well, but stick to Acrylic because it's easier to clean the air brush. Either type should work, but you need to use a primer so all the paint sticks to the model.

Yeah I've been looking for paints that work well on abs and pla so letting us know what type of paint you used would be awesome. Thanks.

what did you use to paint it?

Very nice print!

Do you happen to have the back side as well, if someone wanted to print a two part full head?

Very similar to the monsters in King of Thorn.

Very cool, good job!

nice finish work!

Really awesome work on this.wish i was good with painting and air brushing.

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