Dwarven Monk for a DnD game.
Unfortunately, while cleaning up the supports, the feet broke. Since the miniature was printed at 100% infill, it was just a matter of drilling and pinning the ankles using a pin vise, some paper clips, super glue and, of course, epoxy putty to clean up everything.
The staff and other parts of its body also needed some fixing (I need to perfect my supports), but nothing too bad. A lot of sanding and filling in, and it was good as new.
More info at https://strokeofmeh.wordpress.com/2018/07/15/dwarf-monk-3d-printed/
Printer: Creality Ender 3
Filament: Prima Value Dark Grey
Priming and Sanding.
I used some cheap Automotive Filler Primer as a first coat, followed by sanding.
Then proper acrylic primer, more sanding and a final coat of acrylic primer.