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Waiting for the battle

by fantasygraph, published

Waiting for the battle by fantasygraph Mar 12, 2013

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as the last one, this statue can be print without support. There is support for the handle of the sword that you need to remove after print (tricky print, but easy removing).
the version 0.9.8 of slic3r do a very good job of slicing (see picture).
The example is a 0.2mm layer with 10% infill (2 perimeters - 7 hours print)
the statue size : 134.637mm high for a base diameter around of 120 mm
i hope you have fun
ps: you can see an artifact onf the right shoulder in the example print. It's because the print is from a previous test file and i corrected the problem in the uploaded file. i just don't want to do another 7 hours print ;) for this little thing.

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I did not find the file for this on your linked site :(

Look at 'the warrior'.. it's the same model... i just changed the name for a shorter one...

Very easy to print. Printed at 50% original size 20% linear infill. 1 hour 20 minutes.


i think you lost all the details with a .3 print at 50% ...what is your feelking as there is a bit of blur on the photo? thanks your feedback

It looks pretty nice there was some loss of detail but my wife is going to paint it. I counted on the paint to make up for that. I really like small things Thank you for making this it is awesome!

thanks.. it's my pleasure... you will like my next one... i refine my technic and the result is one of my best creation :) and it can be print in any size i think..

looks like a complicated Print.

my critics: looks a slight bit like a man. Not very feminine face proportions, a bit african i think (nose). the hips are too square even though shes a warrior.. there is too little hourglass shape in her body. but is my opinion..

constructive critics are always accepted : it's the problem of doing a model for 3d printing in the 200 micron layer range. you need to exagerate the face to print "something" (lips, nose, eyes, face configuration..) or the details will be erased by the scale of the model.. for the body, it's the position and the armor that give that impression ... and the fact that i don't want another " bikini chainmail photo model warrior" ... but i will take that into account for my next model... thanks for your comment

thank you ... it took me one week of work with 21h of test printing.. so i appreciate your comment

This is fantastic work! Well done!

thank you ... it took me one week of work with 21h of test printing.. so i appreciate your comment