by smartformat, published

Dragon by smartformat Feb 5, 2013


original created for a shortfilm, but never used.


You need support-material if you're printing it on a abs or pla extruding printer.
Please show me your results

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This is quite unusual. The wheelbase isn't level, which leads to back problems, the wings are connected oddly and are really high, front legs seem a bot small, the texture texture detail is very good but needs to stay small. Wings are skinny, there doesn't seem to be any knees and the spines are not exactly normal and might even be more of a hazard of breaking its back just as much as I spinasourus

There appears to be a problem with the STL. Netfabb refuses to load it because of an invalid float value. Meshlab loads it but it is only the top half of the model. As shown in the Thingiview at the top here. Is it supposed to be cut? Could you upload the whole model? The spine and wings look great, would love to see the rest. :-)

hm. It's not suppoused to be just one half. I guess it has too many polygons. I'll upload a lowpoly version. If you want to try the highpoly anyways, here is a external download link:


hope that solves the problems