As per Patron request I made this free and supportless Huge Tree Monster, which by the way is a cool alternative to Evil Treant form the Dungeons and Dragons table top games, or even you can use it in the Pathfinder or Warhammer! The choice is yours!
For sure it took me quite a time to sculpt it in a supportless manner, but still it looks cool! Except that it is around 131 mm in height from finger to toe, this monster is a great addition to any wood-themed scenarios, encounters or adventure!
The main idea was to make a huge and evil tree monster. After some ups and downs I finally sculpted the treant. Here the idea was to be towering and showing the heavy movement of the body mass – small and steady steps, plus underlining the power of the monster – some rocks crushed under it`s destructive left fist and threatening right hand with sharp claws on it – frozen in the mid air – seconds before going down and splitting into halves its enemies!
The face of this 3D model is as it should be – evil and menacing – glowing eyes and since this is supportless – only teeth on the lower jaw… if there is such 🙂
For sure the overall impression of the monster is of a huge, intimidating and evil creature! Just do not step a foot in its forest!
The important thing about this model is the bark. This time I experimented making more detailed bark and I am happy with the final result! Plus there are some small elements on the monster – like leaves, mushrooms and thorns. They just add better visual to the overall presentation of the model.
The next good thing in this 3D printable miniature is the base. This time I made specially for this huge tree monster a brand new base. It is for a huge monster, but have to notable elements that underline the characteristics of the treant – the crushed rocks and the tree trunk on the back. The first ones are several rocks that are set into air by the strong punch of the left hand of the monster! Some are cracked, other are still hole 🙂 But for sure this element of the base, show how dangerous is the miniature!
The next thing is the tree trunk. At first I though to have hollow one, but since I strive for a supportless, I make the trunk full. So you can see a detailed one – bark texture, inside texture, some leaves, some mushrooms and that`s it 🙂 Hope you like it!
And this is pretty much about this Iconic Mini! Hope you enjoy it!
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You can download for FREE for personal use only this Iconic mini from HERE
Happy 3D printing and enjoy your day!