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And Project nr. 3 another Rocket Pig File I needed to scale down to 65%.

Not hollowed. added supports.

6 hour job.

 

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The Glatisant printed out well.

Need to clean up some support marks, but overall good print.

Now curing.

 

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Next,

Sphinx this time not hollowed.

Reduced to 65% again added supports.

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Looking forward to your Sphinx. I did pick up Reaper's Bones one, but always nice to have options for a Gynosphinx.

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I got the Sphinx to fit when I scaled it to 80%, but that's the version without base.

(Rotated it so that the face is towards one of the long sides instead of the short sides as the slicer will default to.)   

61.28ml without Supports.

Hollowed, it's 23.7ml.

(currently slicing)

 

I thought that your first Sphinx attempt was not hollowed, so why another one?

 

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On 5/24/2020 at 6:27 PM, Gadgetman! said:

I got the Sphinx to fit when I scaled it to 80%, but that's the version without base.

(Rotated it so that the face is towards one of the long sides instead of the short sides as the slicer will default to.)   

61.28ml without Supports.

Hollowed, it's 23.7ml.

(currently slicing)

 

I thought that your first Sphinx attempt was not hollowed, so why another one?

 

 

I have not printed a Sphinx yet.

I printed the Glatisant hollowed, now printing the Sphinx.

The other Sphinx I'm working on was printed by Ratsmitglied.

 

 

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That sphinx looks gloriously statuesque.  I feel like you couldn't go wrong by printing up TWO of them, painting them up as "stone" but with lots of golden trim accents, and using them to flank the processional staircase before a grand temple.  Or, of course, that would make one *impressive* "boss fight" monster (or else a Sphinx for some sort of riddle/puzzle encounter where you *really* don't want to let the barbarian have his way and just start fighting rather than spending a few more minutes puzzling over the proper solution).

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3 hours ago, Jordan Peacock said:

That sphinx looks gloriously statuesque.  I feel like you couldn't go wrong by printing up TWO of them, painting them up as "stone" but with lots of golden trim accents, and using them to flank the processional staircase before a grand temple.  Or, of course, that would make one *impressive* "boss fight" monster (or else a Sphinx for some sort of riddle/puzzle encounter where you *really* don't want to let the barbarian have his way and just start fighting rather than spending a few more minutes puzzling over the proper solution).

 

I like the way you think!

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8 hours ago, lexomatic said:

2 for a neverending story style southern oracle

 

Another cool idea!

 

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4 of the 5 new mummies printed, had to reglue tails on the animals since I managed to cut those off.

 

 

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You know that quite a breeds of dogs and cats end up with their tails docked, so you probably cold have gotten away with not gluing them back on.

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13 minutes ago, TripleH said:

You know that quite a breeds of dogs and cats end up with their tails docked, so you probably cold have gotten away with not gluing them back on.

 

True!

But I like them better with the tails attached.

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A while ago I showed the Inca Princess on a Panther and said it was one of the minis that made me want a 3D printer.

Well now I like to show you THE mini that made me want one.

 

I still need to print the stairs and the big snake statues for her altar.

So far these are the braziers, the altar itself and the mighty Queen!

 

Her tail ends in a cobra and her hair are snakes.

Finally I found myself capable enough of printing her and cleaning without breaking anything.

Total 7 hour 49 minutes print.

Maximum antialiasing.

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