So I loved Warhammer Realms for almost all my life. And I also happen to have a remarkable 3D printer - 3DGence ONE. Decided to mix those two and see what happens.
The Chaos Warrior has two different axes and a torn-off head hanging by the belt. Has a Khorne Logo on his helmet. The Knight has a Grail (a fake one, obviously) by his belt and Montfort insignia on shield and armour.
Those were originally designed as torture tests for supports - all kinds are required to make those print well. All kinds of angles, both ground-up and mid-print supports, bulky elements and fragile detail - it's all there. So if you want to check what your printer is made of - give these a shot!
Scaling is way off and the Chaos Warrior may have issues but none that Netfabb wouldn't sort. I will upload refined versions later. For FFF printing I'd suggest printing them as big as possible but that's up to you! They also come out perfect for SLA (Formlabs F2 users - rejoice!)
Blood for the Blood God!
Photos will be added!
200, 150, 100 - your patience is the price.
SUPPORT, SUPPORT, SUPPORT. Dense Layers/Roofs and well tweaked separation distances are most crucial.
ZBrush, Sculptris and Blender in my downtime.
This was inspired by an ongoing RPG campaign (3 years now...). I just wanted to field my own miniatures. And Chaos is just fun.
Remixes are allowed. You may NOT sell those designs or it's derivatives.