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  1. The armor was successfully printed. It's a bit of a hassle to place it and you should cut off the big spike-heads in order for it to fit perfectly (also works without cutting but looks less good). In the images the armor has been dry-fitted, glued with super-glue and it has already been primed https://www.shapeways.com/shops/mad-cake
  2. The print of the ghould shoulders worked like a charm though there are two major issues I'd like to correct: - They are big. This might not me an issue to some people but I'll release a version that is about 20-30% smaller. - They are too thin: I'll double their thickness since the material is too brittle. (Most of them are rather stable but some experience some damage if you don't handle them with care...well this still fits the theme of the FeC but it shouldn't happen without you activeley trying to damage it). Overall: I relabelled them as Knee and Elbow armor for Horrors and Flayers. They are still shoulders (and Helmets) for the Ghouls. And they are magnificent Pauldrons for Ghould Kings! Updated files will follow either this evening or at the Weekend. https://www.shapeways.com/shops/mad-cake
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