The spear head itself is split up into three pieces. Luckily no supports are required for any of these pieces, however make sure you have good print bed adhesion because that is going to be important if you don't want the end of the spear looking all wobbly and crooked. Similar to the blades on my swords, there is no avoiding visible seam so post processing will be a little more complicated if you want to hide those. There are two alignment pieces included so that glueing the spear straight is not an issue.
I also split the pommel into three pieces. This was done to make it easier to paint them their individual colors. These also come with alignment pegs so that you can glue them together correctly after the painting is finished.
The wall mounts include with this piece are meant for a vertical mounting of the spear, with the bottom mount supporting all the weight and the top mount only meant to keep the spear from toppling over. The mounts were also designed to accommodate small dry wall screws.
The shaft itself is not meant to be printed but to give you a knowledge of the dimensions so that you can find a compatible PVC pipe. If you are looking to resize the spear (the current spear comes out to well over 6 feet) then make sure to scale that the diameter of the shaft post-scaling, matches a diameter of PVC pipe that is available to you
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You can read more about this model and my experience building it here.
All my models are designed with a focus on hidden seams, ease of assembly, little to no support printing, and accuracy in mind.
If you need any help with the printing or building process, or you just have a prop you would like to see me do, feel free to email me.