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    Quote Originally Posted by Maenas View Post
    This one looks far more better than the rest, like more focused and maybe precise. At least from the pics and vid. Go go go! ^^

    it definitely is, glad to see its noticable!In hand its like night and day. Stupid me decided to use a grey primer, wide spray to make it grey. There ended up being fuzzy stuff on the tips of a lot of the spikes. The next print will get sprayed grey with the correct paint, I just need to actually learn a good base paint to use...maybe look on these forums for that
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    Dragon 5 body preview for pose and scale.


    This one will be the tallest yet, set on the ground by his tail. I cant wait to get this one done.


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    dragon 4, Terrorem basic detail print delivered! Hes 6" wide and about 4" tall. Next is to get the high detail print made!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9ukbbxzo4M



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    You are producing some neat dragons. Looks like fun.

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    removed for now
    Last edited by MiniMonsterMayhem; 11-23-2015 at 11:38 PM.
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    I like your sculpts very much but I feel the prints don't do them justice. That grainy surface looks way too rough for those fine details. Since layering 3d-printers for hobby-use are able to reach layers as thin as 0.02mm I feel professional solutions should be able to reach even finer levels of detail. I guess your miniatures are produced on a powder based machine?

    I wish I had your talent with sculpting. Digitally or with the real thing. Simply amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwarz-Brot View Post
    I like your sculpts very much but I feel the prints don't do them justice. That grainy surface looks way too rough for those fine details. Since layering 3d-printers for hobby-use are able to reach layers as thin as 0.02mm I feel professional solutions should be able to reach even finer levels of detail. I guess your miniatures are produced on a powder based machine?

    I wish I had your talent with sculpting. Digitally or with the real thing. Simply amazing.
    Yeah, its layered printing and I totally agree with your comments. These are really just prototype prints to get an idea if Ill be able to get the detail I want. Down the road, once the first 10 are done I definitely plan on using an external company for major printing then molds for copies.

    Thanks
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    havent posted in a while, busy with full time work...heres a piece I did for someone elses mini project. Ill actually be posted pics of 8 of the minis I made for the game pretty soon, already printed




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    The muscle and vein work on this are excellent.
    Painting is easy when you don't know how, but very difficult when you do. ~ Edgar Degas

    ArchArad's WIP
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    An older sculpt I did for "New World Earth" A mini kick starter just ended for people to pick up a series of 8 minis, the creature above is one, another, its got a rider and 6 other minis. The character below is a 60mm print of the larger beast. The others are 30-32mm tall. (Open pic in new tab to make larger)


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    5 of 12-15 minis for a board game a father is trying to make for his daughter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchArad View Post
    The muscle and vein work on this are excellent.
    thanks Arad
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    That 2 headed dog beast looks awesome, I like the board game ones too, theyre full of character

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    NWE(New World Earth) minis. Ill be posting printed pics ASAP. https://www.facebook.com/newworldearth/?fref=ts

    Im hoping Ill be able to post pics of all of the minis printed in the next couple weeks


    all of these were 4-8 hour sculpts depending on changes by employer




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    Quote Originally Posted by Sicks View Post
    That 2 headed dog beast looks awesome, I like the board game ones too, theyre full of character
    Thx Sicks I did surprisingly enjoy making the cartoon characters even though I prefer a more realistic approach
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    These look cool. Can't wait to see the printed minis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KruleBear View Post
    These look cool. Can't wait to see the printed minis.

    I cant either, the guy I made them for is actually using prodos games for printing...they do some of the best prints Iv seen...not like my dragons done on shapeways
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    finished another sculpt planned to be an 8" print...I REALLY hope I get pictures of the result. This will be the biggest print from my work yet. Hope you all like it Open link in new tab to check it out larger




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