Personally designed dagger with unique flamberg blade forged of damascus steel, original guard, grip made of bone and stillized rosebud as pommel.
Model is build in real world scale and is about 30 cm long (blade 18.4 cm, hilt 11.4 cm) Geometry is quads and tris, with less than 20 tris. Model is subdividable, with optimized topology. It keep original form after subdivision.
Textures are HQ PBR with 4096px resolution.
---------3D Printing---------- *.stl and *.wrl files contain 3D-printable textured version of model. All parts designed so that you can print them separately, one by one, then assemlbe. Distance between all parts calculated according to IT16 international standards.
There are three versions of model, identical in overall size and scale, but with different number of parts and some minor differences:
01. Plastic. Have two parts: Blade and Hilt. Can be printed with help of 3D printer which has at least 20x20 printing chamber and precision up to 150 mkm. After printing you are supposed to use glue to assemble a model.
02. Simple metal. Have four parts: Blade, Guard, Grip and Pommel. This is for printing on CNC machines or advanced 3D printers, which can handle details up to 30cm long. After printing you are supposed to use glue to assemble model.
03. Real Metal. Have five parts: Blade, Guard, Grip, Pommel and Screw. Can also be printed on CNC machines or advanced 3D printers, which printing chamber can handle models of 30cm long. To assemble model you use screw, which is standard Din 912 A2/A4 (diameter 2.5mm, length 20mm) bolt, and can be printed as well.
Video of assembly scheme for every variant of model avialable at support files section.
ZPR folder contains three ZBrush (*.zpr) files with all versions of 3D-printable models, named accordingly, divided by subtools, unwrapped and textured.