Lich King Crown
by MaximSachs, published
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I have uploaded the crown split into printable parts with max bound dimensions of 13cmx13cmx8.6cm. It can be printed supportless.
In germany Carneval is comming up in a couple of month and I thought about a nice costume. Then I stumbled across an image on 9gag of the Lichking crown. I really like it and so it took me the afternoon to complete a nice model.
I mainly used the 9gag foto as reference.
I plan on wearing it with a black morph suit and over the suit a black robe. I also want to add a sword and some armor gloves, check my other designs, I will upload them soon, but probably will forget to update this status :D.
The .blend file is attached if you want to modify it yourself.
Number of shells:1
Surface area: 14.01dm2
Outbox: 167.7 x 210.8 x 425.7 mm
Production cost: ca. 15 euro
If you enjoy my work, I would appreciate a small bitcoin donation to 1MSachsBbZJjBg83nEsTv95oLuQmnmZnGu.
You might want to resize it so it fits your head. My head from forehead to the back is about 20cm so I made it slightly larger than that, so adjust if needed.
You might need to cut the piece into little printable pieces since it is quite large!
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