Resin is not for free (sadly).
If you like to support my work to bring you more awesome 3D models in the world of 3D printing I would be pretty happy for tipping me and check also my Youtube Channel how I fix up models for 3D printing.
First off, this model is NOT to be sold or redistributed. (That also means selling prints)
I'm making it available FREE for personal use only. If you are doing anything that makes money with it, you are violating my copyright, as well as the intellectual property rights of the company who did the character design.
If you are featuring it on YouTube or other similar avenues that potentially earns ad revenue, that is allowed.
This is Rem from the Anime Re-Zero which is ready for 3D printing :).
The original 3d Model which was published on 2016-010-18 on Steam for the Source Film Maker and was not ready for print.
The author of this 3D Model is:
| Maximo |
The original Link to the model:
A short but very uncommen project.
The original file was still rigged for the SFM but was of course in the T-pose.
I completely edit the pose to make an unique one.
Rem without her morningstar is not Rem, the good news: the morning star exists!
So, I tried to figure out, what could be a nice/elegant pose for Rem.
The problem of course, could be the chain with the morningstar, when I started this project.
It should be stable enough to print her as one model, so this time no assemble needed :).
The details of the model allowed me to do this aswell, without detach the head from the body.
(Short hair, perfect^^)
I also tried an experiment with the pedestal... .
Normally I print the pedestal and the model not together...and the results are sometimes a bit messy, depending of the glue/resin.
So, this time it is only one Object to give her an initial stability. it worked but I needed more supports.
If you like my "fixing" project(s), check my Youtube Channel for timelapses how I fix and remodelling 3D Objects to make them 3D printable and my Myminifactory account here:
Thanks a lot guys and good printing.