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Throne of the Nautilus King Print

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OK, this took more than a month to get the PVA out of all the tiny areas deep in the model....why? Because it is a very thin shell to allow for LEDs to get in there and create a lamp with. There is even one spot that the PVA would just not come out..... 😞  This is the raw print with no paints or anything.

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I still have to add the lenses in the glasses and ceegar smoke as well as the other stuff. I have not even printed the base to complete the housing yet.

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On 5/22/2018 at 10:28 PM, kmanstudios said:

OK, this took more than a month to get the PVA out of all the tiny areas deep in the model....

 

A month he says... A month... *Bows in utter respect at the master of patience.*

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