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Star Wars "Grenade Face" helmet of the Knights of Ren

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Hey guys!

So this is a project that I'm doing for my 3D printing class in college. All of the pieces were printed on my Ultimaker 3 Extended. Model was created by me based off reference material that was provided from Dutch Props. Big thanks to him! It's a total of 8 pieces and was modeled around a 3D scan of my head.

Currently working on finishing the pieces and lots of sanding! Seams are filled with Apoxie Sculpt and then sanded smooth. Thanks for checking this out.

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Awesome! Does it also come with the rest of the outfit? ;)And happy to hear the Ultimaker 3 has been so good for you :)

 

Haha. Not yet. Might be working on that soon. :DIt's been one of the best printers that I've ever used!

 

The helmet is 1:1 scale, right? It looks great!

 

I designed it 1:1 around a 3D scan of my head, but this print is at 50% scale to save on material and time. I will be printing at full scale soon though. And thank you!

UPDATE: All the sanding is done!!!! Priming and painting will come soon!

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Great Job ;)

May I ask, where you Scanned your head, or how?!

 

At my college we have a crappy 3D systems handheld scanner. I say crappy because the quality is... Really bad. Yes I could go through the mesh and fix it up and make it better, but I just use it for the scale and proportions. :)

 

Wow! As SW fan i'm just impressed.

 

Thank you!

By the way everyone! I have started working on the full scale version!!!! :D

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