Direwolf Stark Sigil from Game of Thrones

by SangreDeDrago, published

Direwolf Stark Sigil from Game of Thrones by SangreDeDrago Aug 21, 2013


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Upon viewing other Direwolves on here, I wanted to create one slightly different from the rest. This one uses different layers to make up its features rather than holes.
Each of the "ruffles" of fur has its own unique shape just as the original work of art intended them to have.
Would probably benefit better with a slower print speed and lower layer height than what I used.
9-23-13 Update: I've added two more stl's for downloading. The first one you'll want to rotate 180 degrees so it'll lay on its back to print. I rotated to show the "Winter is Coming" lettering. It's the same as the original file, just has the phrase on its back.
The second file also has "Winter is Coming" on its backside, but I've added in the snarl lines that the traditional direwolf sigil has and scaled back the snout to give it the thicker look.


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Slicing Profile: Replicator 2 Slicing Defaults
(Infill_PerimeterOverlap(ratio): 0.3)

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