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Noble Mage

by dutchmogul, published

Noble Mage by dutchmogul Dec 30, 2012


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A mage from the High King's court printed in 54mm scale.

Model designed in Sculptris and TinkerCAD.



Printed this guy in PLA at a .10 layer height with 10% infill and 2 shells.210 Extruder temp. This guy didn;t turn out great (awful lumpy, as you can see), though I suspect he'd work way better in ABS. I'll give that a try, along with an attempt at printing him in multiple parts. More to follow, but let me know if you give ABS a shot.

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Nice, keep em coming :) can you do more people that prints standing in one piece they just end up so nice looking.

Hey, thanks for saying that. Yeah, I've been focusing on multi-part prints because the detail come out so much better, but I'll keep working on these as well, especially once I'm able to print with supports.

The art is to create a object that don't need support :) I find the multi parts you have much more uggly, at least the ones i have printed.

Oh, totally. The setting have to be just about perfect to get the results I have with multi-parts and it helps to have some history with traditional models. The mages you printed came out great, btw.