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Wonderful job - you did an excellent job bringing out the details - what is your opinion of the print and what material is it? 

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3 hours ago, Iridil said:

Wonderful job - you did an excellent job bringing out the details - what is your opinion of the print and what material is it? 

 

Thanks :)

I like the quality of the print a lot. It is by far the best I've worked with for 3D printed minis. It shows some lines, but the surface is smooth and pleasant. 

The material I chose was Plastic which brings a mini to 19.99 USD. That is the cheapest option.

It's really fun to be able to position your mini any way you want to, however it is quite pricey, so I only use it if I can't find what I'm looking for on reapermini. The collection of art you can choose from to customize your mini is growing, however I still find it rather limiting. And they only offer humanoids, no monsters or animals on all fours or objects.

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Nice job.  Love the freehand around the base edge, really lets the whole piece stand out.  The skin is also terrific.  You really nailed the flourescent appearance!

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Very nice job, love the Greek design around the base edge. I agree they do make a nice figure (ordered one a while back) but yes, they are expensive.

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