• Item Details
  • Articulated shape, with 10 points of articulation. Prints support free in 3 sections (head, torso and lower body).

    All pieces can print in a single print bed.

    This layout was developed by myself (Eva Sbaraini) and Marco Autilio, using a mixture of Zbrush and Rhino CAD applications.

    We've demonstrated the files in STL format for printing, as well as as individual parts in OBJ format, which can be imported to zbrush for customisation! :)



    Key words - doll - articulation - zbrush - version - physiology - drawing - reference - person - female - girl - face - customisable - edit - joints - move


    If you buy this item through the MyMiniFactory Store please note:

    • This merchandise will come unpainted and unassembled when you purchase it. We support you to be creative, personalize it as you want. Express your awesomeness and share an image of the final result with us!

    • The colour of your print will be selected at random and will be printed in either ABS or PLA filament unless you've a special request.

    • Delivery time will be between 1 and 4 weeks from the minute the item is ordered by you. This is dependent on the amount of time the item chooses to print and where you are.

    • E-Mail [email protected] if you'd like any additional advice or if you've any specific requests.

    • Occasionally orders will be printed live on MyMiniFactory TV - check it out here.


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  • Printing Details
  • Recommended settings - 0.20mm layer height 10% infill Support away This uses 90g of filament, and takes 6 hours and 20 minutes. For zbrush customisation - - Import each of the obj bits - Keep each bit as a seperate subtool - Use dynamesh to create an editable mesh for each subtool. - Be certain to hide joint sections or keep them as a seperate polygroup to prevent random modifcation of these places - Add your own details, feautres, clothes etc to the design. - Once concluded, decimate each bit - Combine the upper body (torso and arms) into one subtool, then combine the lower body (wasit, theigh and lower leg) into another, and keep the head alone. Use the 3D print exporter to create the STL's. - Amazing - your own completely articulated figurine!
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