3D-print: Death Tyrant

Warming up the 3D printer again, I have revisited a few of the beasts from one of the Axolote Gaming kickstarters.

Here is a Death Tyrant, which is an undead Beholder. It should have a smattering of floating, ghostly eyes surrounding it. Not sure how I want to do that though. Maybe bend some pins with round heads and stick them in?




It is printed in PLA on my Flashforge Finder with standard options, 0.18 layer height. It took about a hour and a half to print out. I gave it a 50mm base and used a paperclip to make the stand.

As I printed it on standard the stepping is a bit more pronounced than if I had printed it on extra fine. Which does not matter much as it is not really visible on the tabletop anyway.


This is a really rough and ready five minute paint job, started out painting the whole thing skeleton bone, and then globbing some leather brown in all the recesses, and then going over with some more skeleton bone. Fangs in grey and lighter grey. Some dark blue, light blue and a dot of white on the central eye dot. (I am thinking of revisiting this and adding some OSL inside the eye socket.

I did the base in black scatter as I think that fit the model better than the green meadow I ususally do.


Death Tyrant

design by Axolote Gaming

50mm base




Painted so far this year:   ( 2 /365 goal)

January: 2


Categories: 3D printing, Quickie PJs, Random FantasyTags: , , , ,

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Tom Trussel

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