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5 hours ago, Fencig said:

nice job on a very unique model


pretty dark story though....................I like it :)


Thanks, I like to come up with some background story for my minis, glad you like it.

Heroes Infinite is the 3D part of Raging Heroes, I like a lot of their style but you do need to tinker with the supports.

The Presupported files are actually bad, lots of islands which will cause failures if you don't add some supports there.

But they make awesome designs.



1 hour ago, Kangaroorex said:

Nice mini!  I really need to paint up some of the ones I have but they are tedious to put together and rather fragile.  I'm hoping that the print fixes some of that.  I like the story too!


This is one piece, so no problem with assembly.

I only have 3D files from Heroes Infinite/Raging Heroes, no physical minis because I've heard bad things about their own resin and assembling the minis seems to be a pain.

Printing them yourself is awesome but you will need a resin printer for these.

FDM will probably not cut it.

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5 minutes ago, scottishrocket said:

I use army painter anti-shine...still comes out a bit too shiny sometimes.....I think the cold weather has something to do with it but I'm not spraying that poison in the house


That is probably the cause.

I sprayed outside of the house of course.

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