Actually had a learn a few tricks, I’ll do a better job on my future mirror seams line ups but meh, .you get what you pay for. Onto the new orcs now. I’m only releasing this in 28mm, you’re better off getting twigs in your back yard if you want a 52mm version of this I think. However a scale multiplier of %155 will get you there if need be. I’ll add more as the…"Fort Released"
Figure I’d stop in and preview a few things, my wolf riders are done but I still need to zero in the mount for the archer. Hopefully the next days print will confirm I got it. These aren’t really difficult but they are time consuming compared to my first series models. The chainmail is badass but has no chance of rendering in non-resin prints. Anyways on the the pictures. I should have these up for…"Christmas Post 2014"
I doubt HIPS printing reinforces any stereotypes of manhood, but all the same it makes a catchy title under which I can summarize my various calibrations and musings for HIPS printing. The main issue with HIPS is that it only sticks to HIPS, not a big deal with larger items but a road paved with failed prints when you do smaller figurines. Basically what I did is slow things way down so the ABS or…"How to 3d Print Like a Man (HIPS PRINTING)"