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Purple Worm

by schlossbauer Dec 21, 2018
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LOVE your work, this model is my new goal to pring in absolute biggest way i could do it, it rememnered me of book set Dune from Frank Herbert.
If you could do muad-dib the dessert mouse with quite big ears, long feet and long tail with little fluffy ending that would be so wonderful.
Do you have a patreon?

Also how did you oriant the part 3 od the model - the head of the worm on your build plate to easily get rid of support structures. Mostly in the mouth between the teeth :/

hey Turghor, it is always nice to hear that someone likes your work. I printed the the head with the mouth pointing up, I don‘t know how good other orientations would work. I was about to start a patreon and I see if i can make a Desert-mouse in the near Future.

Thank you! :)
Do you have experience with this model being scaled to 275% falling over? like due to imbalance because of too heavy head and light bottom?
I usually print at infill density at 15% but for the bottom part maybe +10% could definetely provide some extra stability?

sorry, i don't have have any experience with scaled models.

Could I ak you a favour? how big of a deal would it be to re-do the base of the model so it looked like the worm is rising not from a rock solid surface but a wave, meaning like he is rising from a sea? and keeping the rest of the base flat as it is now Im curious about the mould around him.

Hey buddy, nice work! It's Baron Nashor from League of Legends? Can you do more stuff from this game?

I was thinking of the purple worm from dungeons and dragons while making it, and my knowledge of League of Legends is sadly pretty limited.

is the orientation they come in the best to print or do we just realign to what we think works best? awsome model btw

Thanks, the orientation is just the one i sculpted they in, so just use the orientation thats works best for you.

This looks great! Could you add a file with the whole thing as one print?

sorry, but i model bigger thinks always in parts, so i don't have it as one file.

Incredible! What tools did you use to design these?!?

thanks, i am using Zbrush.

I really really like your stuff man! They are easy to print and look fantastic!

I am loving these hi res files. These are fantastic!