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Ruined Gov. Mansion

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    • #135818
      Avatarthenedmerrick
      Participant

      Here is my ruined governor’s mansion.

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    • #136361
      AvatarGnomeinbrain
      Participant

      Nicely done

    • #136399
      MattMatt
      Participant

      Very well done.

    • #137017
      Avatarmenzala83
      Participant

      iv always found it hard to decide just how “ruined” i want the inside of these ruined buildings to be, i normally go with Burnt Out. i dry brush the inside as i would the out side quickly paint the more obvious bits of wood and then do a very heavy dry brush of black. quick easy and looks pretty good too

    • #139366
      AvatarJo Boorer
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      Product tag added

    • #142299
      Avatarpeter2
      Participant

      Hi looks great , So what paints did you use?

    • #142582
      Avatarmenzala83
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      @peter2 I personally just use house paint that’s been colour matched to citadel paints.
      If you’re looking for a brand of of hobby paints that are Good quality and cost effective, you should try Army Painter or Vallejo.

    • #143318
      AvatarGnomeinbrain
      Participant

      Army painter has a 50 paint kit on sale at amazon for less than $2 per color.

    • #145716
      AvatarDee Barker
      Keymaster

      Looks great and the wash you have used has really bought out the detail. Well done.

    • #254602
      Avataramoros.alejandro
      Participant

      It’s perfect, what settings did you use to print it?

    • #254909
      AvatarNicholas Jebson
      Keymaster

      was that at .1 or ,2 layer height?

    • #254979
      Avataramoros.alejandro
      Participant

      I can’t print the inside of the house correctly. Can someone tell me what parameters it uses?

    • #255220
      AvatarNicholas Jebson
      Keymaster

      Wow looks like there is a lot of stringing there. Whats the temperature of your Nozzle? I would run a temperature tower test to check

    • #255222
      Avataramoros.alejandro
      Participant

      Layer height: 0,12
      Infill density: 10%

      Printing temperature: 200
      Build Plate temperature: 50

      Speed: 50
      Retraction: 6
      Speed retraction: 20
      Z-Top: True

      Supports: True

    • #255704
      AvatarNicholas Jebson
      Keymaster

      I would give this article a quick look, it might help.

      how to fix stringing

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