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! 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 present you Ayaka from the Game "Genshin Impact", which is ready for 3D printing :).
The original 3d Model was not ready for print.
The original model was published by miHoYo.
The author of this model is:
The original author of this model is:
R.Star ? https://steamcommunity.com/id/ThatStarr
Direct Link: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2341987852
Oha this was a bit...different.
I really like the desgin of Ayaka, but some parts were really hard to fix for printing. Hmm...and yeah I printed her twice but in both prints I broke the tiny 2 pieces on her head. I guess it is a hair clipper.
I still made it a bit thicker but when I print her in the same size as Noelle, maybe it is a bit to thin. I think it could work but when you use supports here: Be careful.
Maybe I´am a bit to rough^^.
Anyway! It works.... so 99%.... XD. I printed her first time in normal direction from bottom to top. The good thing is you have no major visible support damages. Bad thing was....I broke something at the skirt...but it was my fault because I was definitely to rough.
So I printed her a second time, upside down. I see here some tiny support damages of course...
BUT: The direction of the skirt, hand(s), ribbons and hair were easier to print. The second attempt did not need so much supports which was pretty good...but made some damages on the top side of the head -.- .
I also made a little arrangement for her. Some separate Ice (rocks) and a pedestal in form of a snowflake. I think this fits pretty well, but also here you can decide what do you want to print.
Thanks a lot guys and good printing :)
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