Upon entering hostile territory the unmistakable waft of death and decay reached the nostrils of the party. Up ahead on the side of the road, four bodies, strung from the branches of a large tree and stripped of all valuables served as a warning sign to all trespassers: Death lies ahead.
- Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.
- String not supplied with the model. We used 1.5mm string from an art and craft store.
- You can find an assembly guide for attached the string here
- First Published version 1.1
- 27 October 2021 (version 1.2) Small printer option added.
tamarack928 (verified owner) –
is the best way to handle this to print he base FDM and the rest with supports resin and glue the resin to the FDM?
Nicholas Jebson –
The base definitely works best in FDM, the branches can either be printed in FDM with supports turned on to give additional support while the branches are building or on a resin printer. We would generally recommend a resin printer for the bodies though an FDM printer on fine settings (.1 or .12) should be able to handle them as long as they are printed with supports turned on. When printing them in FDM we would recommend turning them to a 45-degree angle with the faces pointed up for the best results.
What color scheme did you use for this tree? It looks different from the other ones.
You’re correct it has been painted differently from the contorted trees but it is the same as the Blood Trees! Conveniently we have a painting guide for them here.
It’s only the first three steps you need to follow and you’ll be sorted!
oliver.a.wolff (verified owner) –
I’m trying to resin print the bodies, but there are a lot of “hidden” islands on bodies. Looks like it is under the clothing of the model A+D.
Nicholas Jebson –
Good spotting Oliver. We are working on a fix for this now, thanks for bringing it to our attention.