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Kerilith came out great!

A lot of flash around the supports, I might have overdone that, but still, she looks wonderful.

Great detail on this girl.


The presupported version had flaws ( as they all have it seems) and it was positioned upright.

I removed the supports, angled her on her feet, added ( many many too many) supports, and it saved me 2 hours of print time.


Here is Kerilith the Lair Guardian.

I already printed her base earlier.








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Scaled down the carnivorous plant I printed earlier and printed a smaller version.

Also printed the big plant from the Lost Kingdoms KS, had to scale it down as well to fit the build plate.

Still big.


Both under the UV light now.





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On 7/19/2020 at 2:27 AM, Glitterwolf said:







That is a funky base on those supports. I don't think I've ever gotten a print that looked like that. Thou, I don't use any shape on my base. Is that the skate option? Cool mini thou!

9 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Next Project.







Base design looks like a Rocket Pig Games figure.

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4 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

I'm printing the Necromare.

Already been 2 hours, 4,5 hours more to go..

Oh boy, still excited to see if it will work.


I know the feeling. When I printed the Epics N' Stuff undead ogre again at a bigger more accurate height I was like, "ok, how much longer? 6 hrs!! Awwwww. "How much time? 4 hrs??? Awwww. After awhile I was like "hey it's almost done!!"


That reminds me I need to patch up a spot on his shoulder where I made a drain hole. I may not be playing DnD at my FLGS right now but I figured I'd better at least get the figures done for adventures in batches.

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Wow, Before I started the print I filled the VAT to one third like I always do.

After the print there as just a smidge left...I didn't check in between and didn't refill.

I lucked out, a perfect print!


Here the little monster is with a 32mm Orc Lady forscale.






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Right hand spell fell in the VAT, came off the supports while printing, so needs a medium support I think.

The rest printed out excellent.

Unfortunately while removing supports I was to eager and removed one foot.. reglued and it will be fine.

Now going to print more and a new hand.


Filtered the resin of course.




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