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Low-Poly Darth Zader and Stormtrooper #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Low-Poly Stormtrooper

FLOWALISTIK shares:

First of all, I want to dedicate this model to all the geek people and specially to my friends that haven’t stopped talking about Star Wars since Star Wars: Episode VII was announced.

This Stormtrooper model is 130mm height and consists of three different parts: head, body and connector. As all my low-poly designs, it doesn’t need support material to be printed (I consider support material an evil creation of the Dark Side adepts).

download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1169514


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