I got this model of Herakles off the Scan The World section of www.MyMiniFactory.com. https://www.myminifactory.com/object/bust-of-hercules-at-the-met-new-york-2113
Pumpkin from here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:41194
Claws from here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:196578
Separately, I will post a version of the Herakles bust with a larger base. I find it prints more easily and isn't quite so prone to fall over at the slightest provocation.
Unless you print a very large copy of the Heraklantern, the smaller bumps on his skin and the stem won't show up. But here he is.
I used supports for his claws. I find using a heat gun for a couple seconds (only 2-3) on the supports before trying to remove them with a pen knife works great. Be careful, though, or you'll melt those claws!
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