The British-manufactured NLAW (Next Generation Light Anti-tank Weapon) has an effective range of 800m and can penetrate armor up to 500mm thick. With 4,200 NLAWs being shipped to Ukraine from the UK, they've already seen extensive service against invading Putinist armor formations. Their effectiveness caused one Ukrainian soldier, surveying the destruction of a Russian T-72 tank after a Ukrainian ambush, to remark, "How do you say in English 'God save the Queen?'"
This 3D-printable .STL file represents a Ukrainian special operations soldier (with distinctive trident patch and identifying yellow tape) firing an NLAW, and was designed by Ukrainian sculptor Nikita Klimenko (find him here https://www.artstation.com/gwin and here https://www.instagram.com/gwinpaket/) to raise funds for the defense of Ukraine. The decorative base is separate and shows wreckage from a destroyed "Z" Putinist vehicle and a Ukrainian flag flying above it.
All donations raised by this 3D print file will go directly to the the National Bank of Ukraine's special fundraising account for Ukraine's armed forces (https://bank.gov.ua/en/news/all/natsionalniy-bank-vidkriv-spetsrahunok-dlya-zboru-koshtiv-na-potrebi-armiyi).
As you can see in the example pictures, the sculpt scales well with figures from 54mm scale all the way down to 20mm scale (and will likely go even smaller just fine).
Included in this download is one digital .STL file for 3D printing (plus a pre-supported file, but be careful when removing supports around the feet as I'm not a professional and I think I oversupported the feet). THIS IS NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT.
Included in this download is one digital .STL file for 3D printing. THIS IS NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT.
- Included in this download is one digital .STL file for 3D printing. THIS IS NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT.
- Size83.7 MB