Here’s another Destiny 2 3D print – the Skyburner’s Oath

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All of the Destiny 2 3D prints that we’ve featured before have been hand cannons, but now we’re dipping into some bigger guns.

Maker Colin Catchpole created this print as the latest in his long line of Destiny 2 creations. When we spoke to Catchpole he told us that the Skyburner’s Oath took him around a week to design in his free time.

Once printed and assembled the gaps were filled in with car body filler and primer filler with rounds of sanding in between.

The paint was done with a black top coat, a metallic green weather coat, and some silver. The convincing chipping effect is a secret Catchpole isn’t sharing.

To try your hand at making your own, start with the files available on both Thingiverse and MyMiniFactory.

The version you see in the gallery below is rather large at 70cm long and 37cm tall, so you’re going to be needing a lot of filament.

If you want to save on the plastic, consider printing the DrangRat King or Better Devils / True Prophecy instead.

Previous 3D Prints of the Day:

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Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of