3d Monster Model By Jason

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This is the Living Bones model that I've been working on for the board game, Gloomhaven. I'm still fine tuning the model, but I think that it's gotten to the point where it's printable and so I want to show off my hard work! Speaking of such, as I was working on the model, I took the opportunity to blog about some of the techniques that I used to make it. The first post in that sequence is at http://objectforge.blogspot.com/2018/07/semi-parametric-design-in-blender.html if you want to read it.

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In the photo, I have this guy attached to one of my numbered bases, available at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3034608

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8/2/18 Update: Thanks to EmoPandas for the great recommendations/example about how to make the model more easily printable. I've made those changes and uploaded the new model. As an added bonus, I found a few spots that I forgot to decimate on the last version, so this one is a much smaller file, too! Wallpaper one punch man.

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There're a lot of really small details on this model, including structural things like the bones in the legs, so it might require a fine nozzle on your printer. I haven't tested it on a .4 mm nozzle, but the print preview in Slic3r looks fine for a .4 mm nozzle, so it's probably ok. I doubt that it'll work on anything larger than that, though.