Alexandra Pryce, 28mm Miniature

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Alexandra Pryce, 28mm Miniature by dutchmogul Aug 10, 2013


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I don't usually post models that I have yet to print, though considering that I'll be sending this one through a printing service (Shapeways) to see how much detail I can get out of the model, I would like to see what you folks capable of printing with support material can do. If you print one, post a pic and let me know! I'll post my ordered model after she comes in.

History: After spending more than 1,000 years in a stasis pod, Alexandra awoke to find her world changed. One of the founding members of the Lost Agency, Alexandra has become known for her technical wizardry and for being one of the few humans capable of operating an Omnisphere.

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Model is broken when importing with Slic3r :(

Possibility to correct maybe?

Yeah, it just means the download file got corrupted. I see this a lot, especially when trying to use Slic3r. Just run it through here and that should fix the issue.

Thank you dutchmogel ! Your myriad designs are phenomenal. I am look forward to printing many. The artistry is exquisite ! I started printing these two before work - then later realized I did not enable supports and thought they would fail but they turned out great - these are at 200% - later this week I want to print them @ 400% and higher resolution

You used supports for this model?

I wish, but no. Like I wrote about in the description, this is a Shapeways print. I've yet to see supports work well for this scale/detail level, but people must be able to pull it of.

If anyone tried to use it with slic3r? As I get few thousands repairs and render has artefacts arund the head..

Seems kinda chunky for something that you want to see how much detail you can get away with. Low-res I mean.

Oh, that's just a bad render. The chunkiness on these Sculptris/Tcad imports doesn't actually translate when the model itself gets printed. My goal is to print out a 28mm scale model with all of its features intact. I just got one back from Shapeways and it worked better than I'd expected.

Did you model the head in sculptris?
looks very reminiscent of some anime styles

Yeah, I could see that. Most of the model was done in Sculptris, though I modified it in Tcad.

I think it unfair to liken these designs to anime ( when anime has proliferated all art practically) rather, these designs owe more to the golden age of Heavy Metal art re: Möbius, which needs to have more regard

Oh, man, I won't deny that there's some anime influence in my stuff (I'm not terribly into anime as a whole, but there's some standout examples) but yeah, Möbius/Heavy Metal was way more influential on me, to be sure.