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Hello Shapeways Community [message #39867] Tue, 06 December 2011 14:43 UTC Go to next message
avatar Gninjagnome  is currently offline Gninjagnome
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Registered: December 2011
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Hello everyone,
I'm still trying to figure out how everything works here. But this looks like tons of fun.

I started working with 3d prints at school making this little dragon. (Based of work by my favorite artist Paul Kidby)
I've since given away all the prints. But this is a render I did.


Everyone seamed to really like them and I kept getting requests for different poses and themes.
I wouldn't feel right about putting something like that up without permission though, but I'm gonna try to put this piece up.


It's part of a two-piece sculpture I was working on. (The 3d model will look a bit different as I stuck this one to a piece of Iron.)

..anyway, any advice or critiques are very welcome.

This has got to be the coolest hobby in the world:)


ps. You can check out my work on Deviant Art If you have any requests or ideas let me know.

Re: Hello Shapeways Community [message #40828 is a reply to message #39867 ] Tue, 27 December 2011 19:34 UTC Go to previous message
avatar ana  is currently offline ana
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Hey Thomas, just wishing you a belated welcome!

The detail on your Iron Hand is pretty incredible. I'm guessing you used the 3D printer you have at school -- which material is that in?

If you need any help finding your way around, lemme know. Smile

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