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40 minutes ago, Gadgetman! said:

This artist needs to start selling on MyMinifactory or something...   

 

Oh, and the paintjob is marvellous. 

Thank you! I've suggested it to them but they need to learn to prep models for printing.  The person I get my prints from had to do some work to get it printed.

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1 hour ago, Bustawolf said:

Thank you! I've suggested it to them but they need to learn to prep models for printing.  The person I get my prints from had to do some work to get it printed.

 

Have you sent them back the print-fixed file as a thank-you for getting the STL from them and help them get started? :) 

 

The sculpt and the paintjob are beautiful, great personality and loads of character coming off it. Good job!

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6 hours ago, Venun said:

 

Have you sent them back the print-fixed file as a thank-you for getting the STL from them and help them get started? :) 

 

The sculpt and the paintjob are beautiful, great personality and loads of character coming off it. Good job!

I've sent it.   Not sure if they can sell this one though being that it's based on another artist character. 

Update I just commissioned them to do a bust of one of my D&D characters!

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On 4/30/2020 at 3:44 AM, Venun said:

 

Have you sent them back the print-fixed file as a thank-you for getting the STL from them and help them get started? :) 

 

The sculpt and the paintjob are beautiful, great personality and loads of character coming off it. Good job!

 

On 4/30/2020 at 1:50 AM, Gadgetman! said:

This artist needs to start selling on MyMinifactory or something...   

 

Oh, and the paintjob is marvellous. 

Not sure what board would be appropriate to share these but here's the bust I commissioned from the artist.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_qzxQxHsFj/?igshid=8fa4s31aith8

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3 hours ago, Gadgetman! said:

 

Yet another awesome female sculpt that I will never get to own?

 

How can you be so cruel as to post that?

 

 

I own it I can send over the OBJ file if you would like. Im curious to see some other people's take on it. Here's what she's based on. Aleina the tiefling monk, my first d&d character.

 

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