Viking Warrior

by LSMiniatures, published

Viking Warrior by LSMiniatures Jul 19, 2017



Viking Warrior by LSMiniatures is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Viking warrior figure and sword, modelled in 3dstudio Max and Mudbox. All 3d work and printed prototypes created by Lloyd Chidgzey.
Updated: low resolution versions added
Update 21-7-17: Updated and re-uploaded high and low resolution models. The only change is to the scale and orientation.

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I can't complain at all on the model it's really detailed and I love it!
Keep on the good work!

I printed it with my CR-10S (500% Enlarged) but with support.

  • Have anyone tried it without support?

Im Sad... im not able to slice it with cura 3.1.

It does not generate support but makes random lines instead :(

I use Simplify 3D, very easy to use and it make the supports easy to set up. It works very well.

Good modeling but this is historically inaccurate. Vikings never wore horned helmets.

I know, I was being deliberately over the top and stylized. More rpg fantasy than a real Viking.

Was this printed with Support?

How Much Filament did you use for the Viking?

thanks so much, great warrior.

Really awesome model - used it as a sample for a prospective client thats interested in getting some of their designs printed.

Thankyou so much for sharing it - and I hope the attribution on our social media brings some favourites and some more interest in your -frankly awesome- work!

Thanks, much appreciated.

Thanks, this version is about 120mm high, printed on an Ultimaker 2+ and Simplfy3d with supports. Took 20 hours I think.

Awsome model!
How long time did it take to print ? any support ?