This is a model of Bristleback from Dota 2. I've added on the cosmetics requested by a friend. Unfortunately, some of the keys from his necklace are only pictures, not mesh, so I was lazy and deleted them. I should also note that I flattened his feet, so the textures don't map to him perfectly anymore. I hope he'll stand up!
Pictures and blender files will be on their way soon!
I've so far only printed him small on a Formlabs resin printer, so I don't know how well he'll work on FDM machines. I do plan on printing him with dissoluble supports.
I believe that this is the correct model, and there are no problems with it. If you have any difficulties with slicing or printing him, let me know.
I did not design this model, it was taken from Valve's models on the Dota 2 Workshop. The cosmetics were designed by people with much more know-how and creativity than me. I take no credit for it's design. If you're interested in learning how to get these models, you can get the stock models from the Dota 2 Workshop. To turn those models into something printable, follow this guide.
Sadly, it is currently not possible to get files out of Dota 2, since the switch to Source 2 engine brought with it a new file format that locks all the models inside. As such, I won't be making any more Dota Models anytime soon.
All of my game models are assembled in Blender, repaired with Netfabb (They sponsor the club) and sliced with Simplify3D (they also sponsor the club) and printed in Brandeis University's MakerLab as a member of Deis3D.(The 3D printing club at Brandeis University)
GOOD LUCK! I printed on a Formlabs resin printer, so I don't know what settings will work for you. I suggest you use dissolvable filament for the supports.