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Lost Wizard

by DavideTedeschiSculptures Apr 18, 2018
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This is Amazing, also your famale wizard. I will use them for my current D&D adventure. Thanks so much, I can't wait to print them. I'm using a resin printer Anycubic Photon so higher quality prints like heaven.

you print this as is? No rotation?

i print it right now cant wait for the final piece. but i have problem with the left foot when i slice it in s3d. i post pictures later

This looks ridiculously awesome! i haven't actually tried printing it yet but i can tell you this inspired me to write an entire D&D campaign for my friends based on the "Lost Wizard" concept. Love it and can't wait to see what else you come up with!!

Thanks Jovielynne! I'm quite happy that my character will be a centerpiece for a rpg campaign :) I think today it's time to unveil another sculpt I did for the setting ;)...

haha omg i already saw your new one and i'm already rewriting some things in my head to bring her into my story as well! these are amazing!!

This one is nice-looking wizard! Great job!

Great Job Denis and many thanks :)!

the honor is all yours - you made a great sculpt)
By the way, maybe you can point out any good zbrush tutorial - i wish to start, but maybe you can show me where i should be searching?

I am not a zbrush master (since I normally sculpt in clay) but I normally see videos from you tube! just type zbrush tut for beginners and you will see plenty! it's quite an intuitive software I'd add

excellent! beautiful model! The truth is, some 3d printers will have big problems printing this model

Thanks Dr_Fil ! Do you talk about the scale of the model or the overall construction?

scale is not important. I printed 6mm, 12mm and 15mm miniatures. The problem can arise with some details of the thumbnail (usually on 3D printers with one extruder). But this is my personal opinion

understood! I'll wait for some more results so I can improve for the next sculpts

I printed this on an Anycubic Photon in one piece with supports. It turned out great especially for my first use of supports. I was impressed that the staff didn't break when removing the supports. The only issues I had with the print was a divot in the beard and front of the robe--not sure what caused that, but an easy fix. The feet didn't come out great and I believe that was due to inadequate supports at that point. it isn,t a problem for me as the feet will be hidden when I base it. I posted pictures of the raw and primed mini on my coolminiornot.com WIP in the forums. I will post it on here one I get it painted.

Hi KruleBear! happy to hear that! I'd like to see him: please, can you give me the link to your cmon thread?

Wow! that print is one of my favourite in term of quality, good job :) . Hope to see also the Red Enchantress soon :P