Stone Golem 28mm Miniature

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Stone Golem 28mm Miniature by evanfarrar Jan 7, 2013
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A slow grinding beast made of rock guards the door to the dungeon's riches. A long dead master set him in motion. He has no alignment, and no desires beyond blocking your way.

Base designed by dutchmogul


The pictured one was printed at 0.1mm with PLA and no supports. Should look pretty good with other settings, too, though.

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Nice work, dude! This dungeon series of yours is really shaping up nicely! Love me some Sculptris.

very nice!
did you model in sculptris?

Yes! I was inspired by your rock frog. Thanks for the tip about inverse crease.

NP! I am glad if anything I make helps others advance the art!