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June 30, 2015 AT 5:00 pm

Using a 3D Printed Stamp for Destiny Iron Banner Hunter Armor

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The Hunter class seems to be one of the most popular choices for the game Destiny, and there are different armor options available for you to choose for your character within in that class. Gary Sterley is currently working on a set of Iron Banner Hunter Armor for Angela and came up with a great solution for adding details to the shoulder pauldrons:

I was pretty happy with how this turned out so I thought I’d share my little experiment! The iron banner shoulders have some bas relief wolf heads in them. They would be a pain to carve, so I made a stamp on the 3D printer instead. Basically you just heat up your foam, push the stamp hard into the surface, and voila! WOLF HEADS.

Though there’s some effort involved in making the stamp and printing it, going this route will give you more consistency with the design.

See more pictures of the build in progress at Facebook.


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