Flying Alien Monster

Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Description
Description
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Description
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Description
Description
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Torso Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Torso Detail
Torso Detail
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Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Back Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Back Detail
Back Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Legs Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Legs Detail
Legs Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Tail Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Tail Detail
Tail Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Printed head preview
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Printed head preview
Printed head preview
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Whole Model Print in Transparent Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Whole Model Print in Transparent Detail
Whole Model Print in Transparent Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Wing in Transparent Detail
Flying Alien Monster 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Wing in Transparent Detail
Wing in Transparent Detail
 A large flying monstrous creature suitable for use in most 28mm minature games. Stands about 8cm tall at the head depending on pose. Wingspan is approximately 14cm. The torso, legs, and head are partially hollowed out with 1.5mm walls to reduce printing cost and model weight (for reduced tippy-base syndrome!)

This figure has ball jointed limbs, tail, and head makeing posing or accessorizing easy. It should be compatible with most bitz used in your game of choice. Some mounting with epoxy or "green stuff" might be required for a snug fit depending on what you're attempting to mount on the models.

For crisp detail I recommend printing this one in a "detail" material, but WSF will look just fine and should be good if you're intending extensive modifications that will cover up the grain. For painting, I find that printing in Black Detail works best, as it doesn't require any basecoating that would obscure detail work. Transparent Detail provides a nice opportunity with thisone, as the wings should remain nicely translucent with a bit of inking.

If you're looking to add on to an existing figure, the wings are available seperately here: http://www.shapeways.com/model/219896/ragged_monster_wings.html?gid=ug71173
cm: 16.522 w x 10.532 d x 10.006 h
in: 6.505 w x 4.146 d x 3.939 h

Comments

 
@absorber From what I see, he probably used ZBrush from Pixologic http://pixologic.com
February 12, 2014, 9:16 pm
Hallo CustomBitz very nice work i want to ask which program you used to draw the Model? Sorry for my bad english my usual M.tang is german.
October 17, 2013, 3:34 pm
 
  • Frosted Detail

    Matte translucent plastic with fine print lines that reveals small details.

    $50.16

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