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For Blitzbowl, just find the overall dimensions and print a smaller field. All of the pieces should fit, just fine as it’s modular.
So with the undead fluyt I primed in brown, then drybrushed in barbarian flesh, and then drybrushed bone and washed in sepia shade, did a few highlights with bone and then white. For the sails, they are tissue and PVA and then just dyed with a 50/50 mix of water and sepia shade.
Wall pieces (A-Wall) usually take about 2 hours and floor (E-Floor) pieces 1-1.5 hours. I would draw out each level on graph paper or use this.
Good paintjob, The extra sand is a nice touch.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by Sam Campbell.
What a fabulous paint job. The colours are awesome.
You’re getting some layer shifting and under-extruding, check the tension on your belts, alter the print speed and or jerk speed, possibly increase your infill, check your exterior printer wall thickness, and check that you’re not under extruding.
You can use filament, wire or Paperclips
You can post pictures and we can diagnose what’s going wrong.
It’s something we can look at in the future.
The Spiral Stairs clip to each other. The bottom of the top stair clips to the top of the bottom stair.
It’s something we could possibly look at, it would work for buildings that fit exactly on top only.
I can’t see any issues after rechecking the file can you please re download file.
I’d have a look at slowing downs your exterior wall speed. This tends to fix a lot of narrow column issues.
There will be an indication of size of larger pieces in the gallery photos on each product. Most of the products are designed for 200mm x 200mm x 200mm build volume and smaller if a small printer version is available.
No, there will be no top locking pins for low schist walls.
Zbursh and Blender are the two primary programs we use in our team.
Wooden dowel is the best for these.
These are now available for Tudor Walls, Schist walls and as part of the Chapel.
Looking good. Hope your Kickstarter goes well.