I while ago I bought myself a 3D printed tower off EBay, it’s designed for use in Legion and after a bit of work sanding, I managed to get it looking OK. There’s more photos on my blog (including a crashed Speederbike objective marker). Have a look here:
Hey that’s pretty nifty! End result looks pretty darn good.
There are now products on the market that can be used to fill the print lines, and some that even slightly “melt” them depending upon material. I have found that higher end prints, though more expensive, are a lot less work to get looking good.
"I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."
Thank you! I tried using gloss varnish on it when I started, to fill in the cracks. It’s something I had seen online, but it wasn’t too great a result, so that’s why I went for the old elbow grease. I am going to have a look for other products that will help with the next 3D printed thing I buy. This one was cheap, which is why it had the poor print job.