Like thousands of other players, I loved the wild environment of The Legend of Zelda - Breath of the Wild, its abundant vegetation, its breathtaking landscapes and its ever-changing invitations to adventure!
And then, on the fringes of the main missions, the challenge (long and laborious) of finding nearly 900 Korogus, these organic, half-animal, half-vegetative creatures, hung on their branches and distributed on the game's huge map.
These cute shrubs inspired me to create a model, which I am presenting here as part of the Cults. competition on the theme of the organic.
The Korogu and its vegetable mask are printed separately, in a relatively short time (less than an hour in total) and give a good opportunity to try wood printing (if someone tries it, do me a favor and share your Make on the page)!
As in the game, the Korogu can hang on to branches, flowers, but even more (wooden spoons, toothbrushes / diameter 10mm).
I modelled from A to Z on SketchUp and decided with Cura under Repetier.
So it lacks post-processing, indeed.... But that is also the purpose of my participation;)
"See you again!"
Printer: MicroDelta Rework (eMotion Tech)
Slicer: Repetier-Host / Cura
Settings: 0.2mm, no support
Printing speed: 50mm/sec
Printing time: approx. 35mn (Korogu) + 7mn (sheet)
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