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Hatch 42

by dutchmogul Jan 10, 2013
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I'm trying to print the creeping filth file. The raft part of the print always lifts, even when I use the raft setting. slicing with Cura and printing with CR-10 mini with a mirror. Last attempt I used hairspray. I tried raising the Z level in Cura but the raft stayed. Help.....

turned out pretty well. glued it to a square base for use in gaming :) some monstrous undead creature

This is awesome!Wow

Awesome... reminds me of FallOut!

Thanks! Yeah, totally! I do love Fallout.

This looks amazing! All the little details and excellent Coloring. Really great work!

Thanks, Roland!

Much appreciated, dude!

Hey, thank you! Dude! This was totally inspired by the Church! Probably more than any movie (even the Thing). That movie stuck with me. Not very often that I meet anyone who's seen it.

Here's hoping for the contest. I took a pretty big divergence from the theme, though in my mind, it works. Stiff competition there, though.

Wow, that is impressive!

Thanks! It was a bit of work, but most of that was just waiting for it all to print.

Really loving the monster!
glad to see diorama format, been thinking of doing that for a while.
(I was looking to go with the dioramas for school projects angle,
but sci-fi fantasy is a great fit)

I like the way the pieces fit together for the walls/floor.

Hopefully more folks will look to this medium as the
evolution for model making. I think it is a big market.
as always the composition is really excellent.

Thanks, Perry! Yeah, I really hope more people do dioramas. The OCD-ness in me is going to make me produce all of mine in the same scale (or sets of compatible scales) so I can mix and match the parts. I'm actually sticking to miniature war-gaming scales as best I can just to make sure the pieces can be used for games as well. I never glue anything down for that very reason ;-) Man, I could totally see using 3D printed dioramas for school. What a cool idea!

Nice work, as usual!

Thank you, sir!

Pretty cool! I like dioramas :)

Thanks, Andreas. Yeah, I haven't seen many dioramas on the 'verse. I hope that changes.

Fantastic work – your stuff is so absolutely amazing. I love your models for their own right. But painted they look unbelievably awesome.

Thanks! Yeah, I know not everyone paints, so I'd like to start posting pics pre-painted as well, but I'm always in such a hurry to get to that point.

absolutely amazing! Really incredible work as always

Hey, thanks, man!