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Blisterbelch, Scourge of Highhelm Reach

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Blisterbelch, Scourge of Highhelm Reach by dutchmogul Oct 11, 2013
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A really big troll. This guy is a character from our RPG we're developing over here at IGG. He's pretty massive (about 30' or 9 meters tall in 28mm or standard heroic scale gaming). This guy really pushed my build plate to its size limits. Enjoy!

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Printed in halves at a .1 layer height, assembled with superglue and modeling epoxy and painted with model acrylics

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Do we know how he prints full? Or are we better printing the splits?

Well, I've never had much luck with supports on my models, but that could be because I'm printing things at such a small scale, and they do seem to work better for larger prints. Give it a shot?

do those horns print ok without supports?

Yeah, they did for me.

The Chains are a really nice touch!

Thanks, man! Aside from the chains and a rework on the face, this is really just the troll from my Pocket-Dungeons core set blown-up to ridiculous proportions.

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