Female Archer Miniature

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Female Archer Miniature by zxqueb Feb 14, 2013



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This is a continuation of my exploration of Tinkercad base mesh to sculptris sculpting to Tinkercad assembly. I'm pretty happy with this one. I've given up on 28mm and have upscaled this to around 58-60 to fit with the size I was happy with on the orc model. I have a game partially designed which I will flesh out for this size model and make availible once I have 6 of these figures created. The printbed file is sized to print in one batch on a replicator 1.

If you are interested, base mesh is here: https://tinkercad.com/things/8Uy1HH0wbEO-archer-base-mesh

Edit: The printbed sheet was throwing manifold errors. I just uploaded a new one. If you downloaded the first version, you might want to grab the repaired one.


I'm printing 2 shells, 50% infill (probably overkill) at .08mm layer height.

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FYI, this model is reposted here without attribution to you: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1711127

Thanks. I reported it.

Painted version is up.

Added photo of initial print. Painted one to come at some point.

That came out really well! What material do you print in?

ABS. I've played a bit with PLA, but just haven't been able to get the same level of detail and accuracy. One of these days I'll have to work on getting the settings dialed in.

Man, again, excellent work! Going to a higher scale is a good call if you want to retain detail. A lot of the models I posted here back in November were done in 54mm scale (the next scale up from heroic-scale gaming, effectively), and I got some really good detail results. Looking forward to seeing how she prints!