This is a Roman Praetorian Guard 1st-2nd C. A.C. ready for the Roman games Bust
This model can be used both as a regular centurion or as a Centurion Trecenarius who was the first and prime of all centurions of the Praetorian Cohorts.
The Praetorian guard were elite soldiers of the Imperial Roman Army, that were serving as personal bodyguards and intelligence for Roman Emperors or high ranking officials, during the Roman Republic and Roman Empire periods.
Things to know about the Praetorian Guards:
They were formed during the Roman Republic era
They were auctioning their support for the emperorship.
They were infamous for taking part in the assassination of several emperors.
They performed at the Roman games.
They were part of the firefighting force.
They had a fortress like camp, the Castra Praetoria.
They had a cavalry The Speculatores Augusti.
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The bust is 1/10th scale. It was created to be as historically accurate as possible.
It is created with realistic proportions.
This model comes fully and professionally Pre-Supported!
It comes in parts for easier printing. It will require assembly.
-Not Supported Stl Files.
-Pre-Supported Stl Files
-Lychee source files for the Pre-Supported Stls.
Note that a minor post-process may be needed for a perfect fit depending on the resin and the shrinkage percentage, etc.
Q: My model is smaller when printed why?
A: It is probably because of the resin shrinkage percentage. Make sure to scale the model up according to the resin shrinkage percentage. For example, if the resin shrinks 5%, then you will have to scale the model (all the parts) in the slicer to 105%.
Q: My model appears small when importing in the slicer. how to fix that?
A: Scale the model up 10 times or at 1000% and the models should be at the correct size. 1/10th scale.
Q: My model appears red when importing in the slicer and it says that there are issues with the topology. Why?
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