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War Doctor Doctor Who Figure

by peacockpete Dec 5, 2013
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Can you please make the 11. Doctor?

That's absolutely amazing. Have you considered building a Series 8 Cyberman?

Thank you! To be honest, I haven't sculpted anything in a very long time. I just don't seem to find the time.

I'm having the same problems when slicing the object. What software or method did you use to repair it? I tried using several packages and didn't manage to make it printable. I'll be trying your remix tomorrow.

I repaired it at netfabb and uploaded as a "remix" Looks like it should print now.

Not sure why it didn't work out for you originally, but glad it did in the end!

It was "open mesh" and Slic3r could not handle it. After the repair, it was "manifold and closed mesh and sliced beautifully. I REALLY appreciate you artistry that went into doing that- it is a beautiful sculpture!! Thank you. I cannot figure out how you used Sculptris to make such a complex design!!! WOW- PLEASE keep up the great work!!

I cannot seem to slice this model. I am using Repetier Host and Slic3r and I after slicing, I just have floating parts- A head, one arm, parts of two legs and some various other floating bits. What could I be doing wrong??


Building my nephew a PrintrBot for Christmas. Using this as first print. Can't wait to see how it comes out.

I'm honoured! Good luck! :)

Wow. That's beautiful. Did you use Zbrush or Sculptris or another software? Has it been printed on a Makerbot2? Downloading now. :)

Thank you! I used Sculptris to design individual parts (head, body, arms, hands, legs), then put them together in Tinkercad. I have a Flashforge Creator, so not seen the results on a Makerbot2 - keen to see how it works out!

Nice! What software are you using to model?

Thanks. I use Sculptris to design individual parts, then put them together in Tinkercad.