Roman legionnaires 6 figures 3D print model
· 2 attacking warriors attacking because of scutum with gladiuses; · 2 warriors in defense, closed by Skutum, when installed one after another, form a “turtle” formation · 2 warriors with piluma standing in anticipation and in the backswing of a throw of a spear.
The choice of this object of modeling is associated with a lively interest in antiquity, which developed in early childhood. In my yard every boy at the age of 10-12 years old played in the Roman legionary. Perhaps there were other war games, but Roman athletic fighters especially admired. Perhaps this is due to the study in this very age of the school curriculum history of ancient Rome. Or maybe the image was imprinted from colorful films with shining armor and armor, harsh helmets and bright shields. Probably much was remembered from the books asked to read for the summer. Probably, it is not so important when this interest woke up, but it was there, and as soon as the opportunity to model and print appeared - we could not refuse ourselves!
One winter evening, a long-ripening thought began to translate into a 3D model. It is absolutely inconceivable, but the work went so easily that after a rather short period of time the legionnaire was ready for printing (often modeling can take up to 1 month of work)! It was surprisingly pleasant and interesting to embody a strong, brutal, stern, belligerent image that had long been established in the head. And, of course, just as the developed model was born, the model was published for the people ... It was a rash decision. As in many areas of modeling, immediately found caustic experts who criticized the fuck the created image! She recalled how the girls discuss the onions laid out in the insta girlfriend.
I had to more thoroughly understand the details of the uniforms of the Roman warrior and defend their own choice. In general, such critics are very useful for general development and self-education, if this incident did not happen, we wouldn’t know about the many subtleties of the Roman uniform, historical changes of armor and weapons. Although Klim Zhukov, our beloved historian and reenactor, we would also criticize terribly, rest assured !! But every cloud has a silver lining, after the publication it turned out that we are not the only ones who are sick with the passion for the Roman army. Behind the haiter real people got interested. Thus began this series in the Roman style, let's call it generalized, because We are not archaeologists, historians, reenactors or homegrown pros in a historical matter.