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Massive Iron Giant and Hogarth

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This is the Iron Giant and Hogarth! It's perfect timing since he seems to be a decently big part of Ready Player One. But I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for the original animation. I used to watch this with my brother all the time. And this scene is by far the most powerful for me. I hope you guys like it! :)

I modeled the Iron Giant in Fusion 360, I posed him and split him up in there as well. Then I made all the files print ready in Simplify3D. I modeled Hogarth in ZBrush.

Watch the video about how I created this here: https://youtu.be/DzTemn0n1hM

Fillamentum was the filament sponsor for this project. So thank you Fillamentum. Go check out their filament here:
https://fillamentum.com/

After the parts were printed, we assembled them using a ton of glue and 2 part epoxy. And Chelsey painted Hogarth using acrylic paints.

Printers: Prusa MK3, Prusa MK2S & Robo R2
Filament:
Lightest Gray: Fillamentum Metallic Gray
https://fillamentum.com/collections/pla-extrafill/products/fillamentum-pla-extrafill-metallic-grey

Medium Gray: Fillamentum Iron Gray
https://fillamentum.com/collections/pla-extrafill/products/fillamentum-pla-extrafill-iron-grey

Darkest Gray: Fillamentum Vertigo Gray
https://fillamentum.com/collections/pla-extrafill/products/pla-extrafill-vertigo-grey

Hogarth:
Printer: Peopoly Moai
Peopoly Resin

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If you're going to print this, be aware that scaling it down may cause some problems. There are a few parts that will become to small to print (notably the finger cuffs). I will be making a few derivatives of this model and uploading them (hopefully shortly) that should allow for printing smaller. :)

Other wise if you run into any weird issues, leave a comment here and I'll do my best to keep up on them and fix any issues!

  • 3D model format: STL et ZIP

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hope to see the smaller version

I got to see this at MRRF 2018 and it was fantastic model. very big to :-)

Once printed, is this model articulated - ie can it move - or can it only be assembled in the pose as illustrated - kneeling