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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
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In future a shelled version for printing in FUD, possibly a 10 up set, removal or revision of the long wing plates.
A pair of single headed eagle shoulder pads designed for my Legio-Custodes project. They are ideal for officers so I've put them out in a pair to start. If the test prints go well I'll produce a x5 up squad set. I'm worried that the beak and talons will have a wall thickness error on WSF but it will definitely print in FUD.
The thin plastic rods are a feather fringe that mounts under the shoulder pad dropping down low to cover the arms as a decorative element. They are segmented so you can cut them apart and position them to match the figure's pose. It was an element i thought up that I've wanted to do for a while so I added it to this design as it fit it so well.