Cayde 6 Mask

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Cayde 6 Mask by DamaskProps Aug 22, 2017



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This is a re-upload of the Cayde 6 Mask, it was modeled using 123D design and is from the videogame Destiny.

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Could one of you 3d designers be so kind to upload the mirrored "right-Jaw" or rework this and add the missing file? I have been trying to use autocad inventor to flip the left jaw but I have zero experience working in 3d design programs. I have access to a few 3d design programs but i do not use them.

I have just uploaded the right jaw, hope that will help you

I'm currently working on printing this and have a question. What do I need to do about the right side of the jaw? There is only a left jaw file, can I just invert it and print for the right side? Any help is appreciated, thanks!

Both the left and right side are exactly the same so mirroring the left jaw file to get the right side will work just fine.

Awesome, thanks. I've got the eyes, chin, and left jaw so far. Going to print the right jaw and head piece on Friday.

Is this wearable as scaled? Or does it need to be scaled up?

It has already been appropriately scaled, however I'd suggest scaling it more accurately to your head just so there are no problems.

Thank you for the information.
I finish printing it yesterday. I use netfabb to cut it into 4 parts so i could test if need to scale.
It seems ok but i might repirint it a tad larger. I plan to add leds to the eyes and might need a little more space between those eyes and mines lol.

Sounds like it is going to look awesome, I would love to see it.

what size head would you say it is default scaled too?