In the last photo of the altar you can see how adding some simple object can completely change the aspect of a miniature. Today we are going to see these objects.
Since are small object, that I have to 3D print alone, I made the a little bigger than the 28mm scale.
Before start I warn you that the ceremonial object are divided in two different articles. Today we are seeing the candle, the jug and the censer.
The 3D model
In the past I already did some candles, but this one is alone on the base. To made it I only used cylinders and a sphere for the flame.
For the base I used a 8-face cylinder to make it sharp, while for the candle I use a 18-face cylinder.
The flame is a sphere elongated with proportional editing.
The 3D print
I 3D printed all the ceremonial objects together, so I used the same settings for every piece. I used layer 0.1mm high, since these are small “detailed” object, and the brum, to a better adhesion to the printer bed.
I 3D printed 4 candles, and it helped me a lot, since I didn’t had deformations due to excessive heat.
I wanted to try some new color, so I painted the base with a bronze color, but I don’t have that paint, so I did it mixing gold and red. Problem is I used too much red, so I put more gold paint, and in the end I had a large amount of paint I didn’t use.