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Gengar Low-poly Pokemon

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No Supports needed - Gengar Low-poly Pokemon

An updated version of this model is one of 151 Pokémon that we have made. You can have a look at the other Pokémon including Gastly and Haunter here: https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/game/all-low-poly-pokemon-collection

We also made a video Pokédex with time stamps for each of them https://youtu.be/rCXehTpuyn8

If more people buy them we will probably be doing Pokemon from other generations as well.

This model was created by someone from our 3Demon team. This model is fan-made, we are not affiliated with the Pokémon company. We are a small group of modelling and 3d printing enthusiasts, who work in a 3D makerspace located in Prague, Czech Republic. We make cosplay accessories, technical gadgets and much more.
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3D printing settings

This model prints without supports. 0.1 mm to 0.2 mm layer height is recommended. Printing settings will vary depending on your specific printer. The one in the pictures was printed on a Prusa MK2S printer.

In the original scale the model is 4% of the real life size of the Pokemon. It is chosen so that if you print the whole collection it won't be too big and even the tiny Pokemon will look good but if you’re going to be making just this one then print it at whatever size you like.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • 3D model size: X 45.1 × Y 50.1 × Z 50.1 mm
  • Last update: 2020/08/06 at 12:49
  • Publication date: 2016/07/22 at 11:28

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I'm having issues with this model. Every other model I print registers just fine, however, the program can't recognize this model's base, and therefore, doesn't even register the model's existence. I use Photon Workshop, and print with resin. I've tried all I can, but the program cannot recognize the model's base.

Found the reasoning: The model is considered to be turned inside out. Any idea on how to fix this?

I've resolved the issue. Had to flip the model's normals in Blender.

Hi, I was wondering if I could sell your design online please respond with your answer


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