Fort polymer

by cerberus333, published

Fort polymer by cerberus333 Oct 28, 2012

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A castle with some funky buildings
I suspect an alien influence.


I used infill on my test print
(which is a big LOOOONG print.)

I wanted the details.

print went ok, (ABS) the small details are very fragile
I used a acetone "wash" to help bind the top blocks
I have a soft painter's brush i wet with acetone
and dab the fragile spots. I also painted the rest of the model
with acetone to help bind the filaments.

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Man, sweet design! I can't wait to see it printed! I'd love to paint one of these. Well done.

Yes this one will be a challenge to paint.
there are tons of tiny windows and doors and shutters on the
row-houses, not to mention the windows on the fortress walls.
 i am working on a model of a real castle. that is going to take some time to model. this was a relatively easy and quick model.(lots of copy and paste on this one).

Most excellent! I can tell its huge, but what are its dimensions? Super impressive, dude. Which real-life castle are you modeling?