Lady Adventurers! Human Female Fighter, Female Dwarf Cleric, Female Drow Warlock
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Some adventurers for an upcoming campaign. I modeled and modified them in Blender. Spliced in Cura. Printed with my Printrbot Simple Metal. Will post pics of the prints soon!
The human fighter is based off of Alanna of Trebond from the series "The Song of the Lioness" by Tamora Pierce.
Print the dwarf on her back with supports.
Print the fighter laying on her back with supports. If the sword doesn't come out right, model it separately and glue it down. I had to do this unfortunately. The body came out right, so I took a little bit of sculpy, put it where the hands are, covered it with super glue, and then place the sword (just blade and top of hilt) inside. Then after it dried I just molded it a little to make it look right.
Print the drow standing. She comes with her own supports as Cura couldn't handle such a small object. To remove them get a small exacto blade, heat it over a candle, and just slice them off carefully. Heat for 15 seconds and it gives you a 3 second slicing window before the blade cools down.
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