I wanted a cool Kratos print on my desk but the only one I could find on the web cost more than I was ready to pay for so i decided to make my own. I want to thank Malic Sergui for the inspiration I got from his model (http://www.malix3design.com/p/blog-page_16.html).
The model is probably not very 3d-print friendly, the mesh is probably ** up, and the anatomy is probably wrong BUT I think the model looks good and it printed good when I printed it.
I've uploaded different versions. One with generated support from MeshMixer (this is the one I printed), one without support, one without the (ugly) base so you can design your own and one without the right arm equipment, and base, who thinks they look ugly ^^.
All models have gone through netfabb repair so if your slicer complains about the mesh just know that they already have been "repaired".
As far as I know they are possible to print in half the size, but smaller than that will probably not work due to pretty thin pieces.
I printed at 40 mm/s with 10 % infill and 0.15 mm resolution, PLA and brim was used. It was printed with 3 shells. I printed the version with support so no extra support was used. The print turned out fine except for the chin which somehow was misplaced. I glued it together when it was finished.