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.
I proudly present you the sadistic militaria Loli "Tanya von Degurechaff" from the Anime Youjo Senki aka Saga of Tanya the Evil, which is ready for 3D printing :).
The original 3d Model was not ready for print.
The author of this model is:
You can find the original file here:
Uff...yeah this was quite difficult to be honest... .
So, where I should start.
Well, all the polygons were not attached to each other and a lot of overlappings too.
The rigging was perfect, so no adjustments needed.
This polygon structure freaked me out sometimes, the hardest part was the hair.
I also needed a pose for this of course, which I really like. But the print is pretty massive....so it is arround 140 ml and 150g heavy...well feels a bit like a paperweight.
I used my clear resin to print her because I wanted to see how it looks like with this massive boulder and I think it is pretty cool.
Also the yellowing of the resin is ok and I used clear varnish to bring out the translucent effect a bit better back again.
I printed her upside down because of the hair, but maybe it is better to print her from bottom to top and use some supports for the hair,
because I see some damage on the surface of the boulder.
So the supports will only damage the bottom side which could be better.
Well, anyway I relly like her and did not expected this and also this "massive" amount of resin was worth it.
Of course you can print her hollow but for my use I needed a solid object :P.
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.