There are of course lots fantasy skeletons already made for 3d printing, but most of them are oriented towards very small, very simplified and exaggerated tabletop minis. I, on the other hand, love bigger stuff (collectible size figures) - I want to see all the bones, all the ribs and all vertebrae, all the details! :D So I've spend over a week sculpting bones one by one, and here are the results!
Made with DLP/SLA printers in mind, this skeleton is perfect for 1/12 scale and larger! (100% scale stls are 1/10 scale). At less than 50% scale it might be way too brittle and too thin, so I'd not recommend printing smaller than that : ]
Thank you and have fun!
Prints in photos are printed with resin printer Anycubic Photon.
Large skeletons were printed at 100% scale at 0.04mm layer thickness - 11.5cm in height.
Small skeletons were printed at 60% scale at 0.02mm layer thickness.
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