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Sword of Thranduil - new template

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By MorellAgrysis   |   
Published: May 6, 2017
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Po úvaze a se zkušenostmi jsem došla k závěru, že meč potřebuje úpravu, zredukovat množství polygonů na začátku rukojeti, kde mi dcházelo při slepování k problémům. Původní model je krásný, ale tenhle je o něco málo jednodužší, ale zachovává si skutečnou eleganci tvaru.

4 stránky
pdo a pdf soubory
Meč je v životní velikosti

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After thinking and with my newest experiences I decided that this sword requires editing, polyreducting on one side of the handle, where I was getting problems with assembling. Oroginal model is amazing, but this is bit easier, still preserving its lovely shape.

4 pages
pdo and pdf files
life sized


Slepený / asembled model:
fav.me/dbprzfi

původní/original template:
morellagrysis.deviantart.com/a…
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TodeskuenstlerinHobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you! :happybounce: :excited: yay 
Shamandalie91's avatar
I've done this sword two times. One in color and one in black and white !!! I've already told you that mine in colors is totally green and I do not know why. O.o I used long tooth stick on the entire length of the sword and it's pretty straight.
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MorellAgrysisHobbyist General Artist
Some green shade is fine, printer uses different colour scheme than monitor, but I printed it on laser yesterday (laser gives higher quality and does better colors) and it seems quite fine. The texutre on this one is the most detailed I ever had on any model, so surely it must get bit comprimed when printing...
I use canes to support this as they are fat just enough to fill the blade and can be attached to handle well.
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Oh no it's not that. It does not depend entirely on the printer, but also on the paper you are using, because more the paper is thin more it  absorb color. Obviously if you use 300gr of paper you have not the same result as those who use 80gr of paper. I advise you to specify what type of paper you use. :)
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MorellAgrysisHobbyist General Artist
Whatever they actualy have in advertisement agency as they have laser printer. (dry print) ;-) The last one was matte paper 300g. don't know more.
Shamandalie91's avatar
Wow 300gr of paper is really hard to work, good for you that you managed to do it!
Maybe one day I'll try to do it with this grammature.

Anyway if someone wants to do this sword I suggest at least 200gr of paper. Because the color is better and it's stronger respect common paper(80gr). :) :)
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MorellAgrysisHobbyist General Artist
Depends on parts size, big parts are no problem and there are no extra tiny here, so it was quite fine.
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EPH-SAN1634Hobbyist General Artist
Looks great
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MorellAgrysisHobbyist General Artist
Thanks. But assembled one look more real. :-)
Mirkwood royal weaponry (paper)
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EPH-SAN1634Hobbyist General Artist
Wow
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