036 - Aggedor
From The Curse of Peladon (1972) and The Monster of Peladon (1974)
Version 1 - Updated 6/2/2021

Finished: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kbCTExV2BZts7sOxhh68Hlfk0hbESOek

Print Recommendations: The files used to print this figure are exactly the same, regardless of whether you are printing in filament or resin. There are no alternate or optional parts this time around.
While SLA resin is preferrable, there's no reason why it shouldn't work in PLA... it'll just look a little rougher on the underside of parts that have overhang.

Pre-Painting Instructions: Before painting, it is recommended that you fit all parts loosely together without glue to make sure they fit and move freely. You may need to sand down some parts or drill out some holes if any of the pieces are too tight or won't move as intended.

This figure require the use of 1.5mm wide brass rods for the two arm pivots (though you can substitute a bit of nail, wire coathanger, or even a toothpick if you're desperate.) Stick the rod in through the side hole (you may need to carefully widen it with a 2mm drill bit if it's collapsed), mark it, then snip the rod just a mm or two shorter than the mark, so the edge doesn't stick out past the opening. After painting, attach the two pieces together with the snipped brass rod, then seal the end of the hole with some UV craft resin, glue, milliput, or something similar and paint over again once dry.

Painting Recommendations: Aggedor's coloration is pretty simple. His body and most of his head is a dark brown "bear" color, but the fleshy parts of his face and the pads on his paws are a darker coffee brown color. His horn and teeth are an ivory color, though his claws are slightly whiter. His tongue and the inside of his mouth are a dark red.
His eyes, though difficult to see in the transmitted story, are yellow with black pupils.


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