by Pedro Ruiz
Not many words need be said, if you are a Star wars fan then yeah, I know.
I would suggest a total width of 14cm to ensure the gun is at the correct scale to print.
Print with supports, but it’s more for the hair support, the rest is fairly support free.
I may not have gotten the face quite right, maybe a job for another day in a galaxy far away.
download the files on: http://ift.tt/2iKF1ix
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