This is a truly life-size Old School RuneScape Armadyl Godsword. It is just a hair over 6 feet long and is 1.5" thick. I made and printed this with the intent to mount it on the wall, but it can also be wielded if you have an Attack level of at least 75 :P
I did not import game files to create this. I looked at the image on the OSRS wiki and eyeballed the dimensions to make it as proportionate as I could. I absolutely love the art style of OSRS, and wanted this sword to be an homage to it. I didn't want to add in intricate details that aren't there on the in-game weapon.
It is 1.5" thick across the entire length of the sword, and it is a flat surface across the entire length for easier wall mounting. For increased rigidity and stability, I've created an optional hole spanning almost the entire length of the sword as well, meant for a 3/4" thick 70" long wooden dowel rod.
In the files you'll find the 12 pieces it takes to print. I printed each piece laying flat. No supports or rafts necessary. The only caveats that I would say with using no supports are the following: First, for Blade Piece 3 and 4, it would turn out a little better if supports were used, but with a little sanding it still looks great. And second, with such little infill percentage, when it creates the hole for the dowel rod, it may not look the best at first. That's fine. It still does the job of bridging the gaps effectively enough to make the hole.
Versions of these 12 pieces with and without the hole for the dowel rod are included. Also, if you'd like to cut it down further yourself or scale it to fit your fancy, the files include the entire sword in one piece, both with and without the hole cut for the dowel rod.
Two of the images above are of course pulled from the wiki, linked here: https://oldschool.runescape.wiki/w/Armadyl_godsword
Also, I do plan on creating the other 3 hilts as well at some point, Saradomin, Bandos, and Zamorak. Perhaps even other runescape/other video game weapons? Enjoy :D
3D Solutech PLA
Black, Blue, Silver
I did 5 top layers, 4 bottom layers, and 3 perimeter shells for each piece.
Feel free to increase the infill percentage if you wish. I didn't find it necessary and it cuts down on a lot of the cost and print time by having it this low. The print is still solid.
Guard Piece 1 and Guard Piece 2 are not intersected by the dowel rod, so there are only one version of each of those pieces. Regardless of which version you print (with the hole for the dowel rod or without), be sure to print both of the guard pieces as well!