A nice little house: printed, primed and painted

Printed in “low quality”. The result is pretty amazing. I primed it and painted using Citadel paints!

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@guzforster

What a great piece of art. I saw your post on the Facebook group with this. I am kindly repeating your brilliant link for painting as i think other users will appreciate it. https://www.youtube.com/user/Sorastro

I have so much to learn.

Keep having fun.

Doug

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Thanks @doug, appreciate it! Yes, Sorastro is the master of miniature painting. He is very talented and an amazing teacher. I am a contributor to his Patreon since I have learned so much from him: https://www.patreon.com/Sorastros

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How did you create the plants?

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That looks amazing! Great job on the paint. :heart_eyes::sunglasses:

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I bought a miniature kit for grasses and little plants from Games Workshop. Then you just need to glue them.

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I printed the same house, as well as two more of dutchmogul’s models from thingiverse.
The Snapmaker did very well on them. A bit of stringing between the towers on the castle, tiny flaws on the overhangs on the skull tower. I’m quite impressed really.

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Hi @Thosam

What quality setting did you use for the print?

Doug

Hey doug,

the high setting. I will be using the Snapmaker to print rpg figures and terrain and I am not too sure about my primers capability to cover layer lines.
It took about 6 hours each, but as I tend to put these prints up overnight, I just sleep through it.

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Very very nice!!! Looks awesome.

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