GliArtigianiDiAvalon shared this 3D printed Helmet on Thingiverse!
This is a fan-made model of the famous iron helmet from the Bethesda video game: TES V: skyrim. We shaped the various details of the helm following the ones on the textures and on the normal maps in the game.
Please feel free to give us a tip in our public profile here on thingiverse, we would be grateful to you.
The helmet is shaped for a relatively large head, we invite you to follow this table to re-scale it according to your needs. (NOTE: These values are only indicative, we invite you to take the measurements on yourself and scale it as needed).
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