Krampus The x-mas demon

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Krampus The x-mas demon by cerberus333 Oct 16, 2013



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A request for a model of this mythic figure
was given, this is my first pass.
will probably be making a few remodels
once i get feedback from the requester.

Added Krampus2, has vest, chains in basket (instead of sticks) pants and shirt.

Krampus4 Is a derived model of 2 but I cut it
with my intent to print without supports. (and bigger)
My test print of 0% infill and 2 shells printed without support
I will just use a few pieces of filament for the switches in the hand.


I recommend krampus4 model
0% infill
2 shells
no support (for krampus4 model. the other models will require support)

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Nice das Krampus , he followed Saint Nicholas in Germany, he wont beat the Naughty children with sticks and remove their ability to be prosperous in their deeds until they learned to be good kids and St Nick would reward them the following Christmas. My old landlady in Germany had a statue of the Krampus tucked behind the Christmas tree to make her children and later her grandkids to behave during the Holidays. Nice rendition, love the tongue

My first knowledge of Krampus was from the "Venture Brothers" x-mass episode.
I was asked to make a version, and I based the original from a few images i found online.
the second (vest/chains/pants) was trying to adapt the earlier model to more closely
resemble a specific image I was sent.
I have to say it's much more frightening than a sock full of coal!

I am grinning ear to ear looking at this! Beautiful!