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Robagon3D

Gloomhaven Monster - Inox Guard

by Robagon3D May 11, 2018
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The sword handle is a very weak point and breaks for me. :P
I tilted the figure about 45deg to make it stronger and that time the sword came out whole. I'm also switching to a stronger filament now (from PLA to PLA+)

Agreed, the sword is a weak point. Good idea turning it 45deg. I really like PLA+ also.

Awesome mini. I plan on printing a whole bunch once I get a little better at printing (first day...haha). Have you considered modifying the base so they can snap in with some of the custom standees around here with health trackers?

Nice figure. I am just getting ready to start playing gloomhaven so figured I'd start with some stuff to print. I'm going to try your split version and I'll post a pic of how it turns out. Will be a bit, roughly a 10-hour print for my settings I'm gonna use.

Wow, that's a long print. Good luck. I have not tried the split version, let me know how it turns out.

well it came out fairly well. the face did not really work out. probably due to retraction / priming changes that would be needed. Also the sword VERY easily sheared off when removing the supports. I would need to use some green stuff it looks like as the edges did curl a little bit even with a brim. All in all not bad. I'm printing the standup model next to see how it compares. I did print at .04 100% infill following along with the senpie profile that people have been using for minis. I am running on an Ender 3. Hard to get it to focus on the face since it didn't really come through.

I think you will have better luck with the standing version.

Yeah, the sword is a little tough. Just be extra careful when you remove the support material. I'm thinking of making a version with the sword separate so you can print it flat.

On future minis I think i will try to get better definition between materials/surfaces. I think I made this one a little too realistic which I feel fails to provide enough contrast when printed at such a small scale.

I will post in the makes my standing version and the flat version. Detail wise I think they turned out fine. I think the only real issue I had with the flat one is my retraction settings. When it got to the face as it did a retraction before moving there I don't think I had enough plastic flow for it to work right. The upright model did print very cleanly though. I had a little stringing under the kilt (no supports) and bottom of the shield (again no supports) as I had no support in the model area. I really like the detail of this mini. Keep up the good work, if you have more you want me to try and print I will for sure. I'm going to print another 5 of these now. :)

If you print anymore of the other monsters keep the feedback coming. It is good to hear how they work on other printers and if you have any other thoughts.

Awesome. Any chance we'll see an archer and shaman variant?

Archer here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2868894

Shaman will happen eventually, currently working on rending drake.

Gloomhaven Monster - Inox Archer