Majoras Mask HD model with Woodgrain
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This is a small scale version of the majoras mask made by ferreusveritas, i increased the wall thickness and added an area at the back so it can be made into a keychain, lapel pin or hang from a string.
i also designed a base to go with the mask.
most of the work was spent cutting the woodgrain and painting once the print was done.
i have made a version of the model with the woodgrain, it is a very high resolution model, right now its available at shapeways, http://www.shapeways.com/product/5GKBXY3Y4/majora-s-mask-hd-model-with-woodgrain-detail
the wood grain model is now available for download
Print the file facing upward with support.
i used simplify3D and uploaded the .factory file for my profile for use on a flashforge creator. i set the layer height to 0.1mm, rectilinear infill at 30%, 3 perimeters, 3 solid bottom layers and 5 solid top layers. support was at 50% density.
the thick top layers should allow you to carve the wood grain to a good depth without exposing the infill.
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