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Raytheon 03-06-2020 01:41 AM

Wonder Woman 1/4 Scale 3D Printed
 
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And so to the next round of figure fun and games!
Mesh from this place:

https://www.malix3design.com/2019/10...nting-stl.html

For 16 Euros, one is deffo not complaining! This lass is done so that she can go straight to printing in 1/16th or 1/6th but me being me, 1/4 it is.
Only needed to part the sword arm, blade and split the base in to 5 parts so it would fit the build volume but no big deal.
The sword blade was not that great, looked more like a over decorated long club with no edge. A new one got built on top of the old, works for me.

First page of the build log up on my site:

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/wipwonderwoman.html

For those not of the click da link persuasion, the pics!
Render from the site as to how she looks all in one.

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...onderwoman.jpg

How she'll look once i'm done is another matter but we'll see.
These are just done with the support material removed and that's it, so much cleaning still to be done but it's not that big of a deal with this stuff.
The main figure parts...

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0470.jpg

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag9988.jpg

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0490.jpg

Top and bottom body together make a reasonably impressive lump.

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0337.jpg

Shield, shield arm strap, lasso and sword blade.

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0473.jpg

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0475.jpg

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0481.jpg

Some layer line artifacts on the blade but this stuff sands real easy. I may just soften the lines a bit but leave them and paint accordingly to give the blade a diferent look rather than just smooth metal. I'll see how that works out.

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0482.jpg

The bulk base parts.

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0453.jpg

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0457.jpg

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0463.jpg

Base detail parts.

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0460.jpg

Just a dry fit place together to get the general idea for the base.

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0464.jpg

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0465.jpg

http://www.ianlawrencemodels.com/web...n/Imag0466.jpg

The base alone is about 8 inches cubed so not a small lump.
All told with the figure in place, I estimate this will come out at about 2 foot and a bit high when all done.

Nice eh?

More to come as I get stuck in proper.
Later gang!
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777 11-24-2020 04:58 PM

Re: Wonder Woman 1/4 Scale 3D Printed
 
Looks great Raytheon!

SCI-FI 11-24-2020 07:11 PM

Re: Wonder Woman 1/4 Scale 3D Printed
 
Our most prolific figure modeler -- and always a joy to watch.
Can't wait for the updates-

-SCI-FI

Raytheon 11-26-2020 01:27 AM

Re: Wonder Woman 1/4 Scale 3D Printed
 
Thanks fellas. I really must get back to this lass at some point and I will :D


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