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Forum: 3D modeler needed
 Topic: Jewelry modeler needed.
Jewelry modeler needed. [message #147033] Thu, 26 May 2016 02:00 UTC
avatar ronalddawdy  is currently offline ronalddawdy
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Registered: April 2016
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I'm looking for someone to make a 3d jewelry model of this cross. It is 3" tall.

[Updated on: Thu, 26 May 2016 02:01 UTC]

 Topic: Need winglets modelled for RC plane
Need winglets modelled for RC plane [message #147017] Thu, 26 May 2016 01:02 UTC
avatar cutelyaware  is currently offline cutelyaware
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I need simple model aircraft winglets modeled to my general specifications. I say "simple" because it is a single smooth surface, but it will involve compound curves similar to this:
If it is modeled as a set of parametric patches, then they need to join smoothly to at least the first two derivatives and still be straightforward to modify main features without breaking anything. Experience with aircraft design is helpful but not required.

This is for hobby purposes and the results will be put in the public domain. I can't pay a lot but I can give you prominent credit. See the project description here for the general idea. You may reply with a project quote, hourly rate or both. And of course feel free to ask questions.

Forum: General Discussion
 Topic: Do you consider 3D modeling a handcraft?
Do you consider 3D modeling a handcraft? [message #147118] Thu, 26 May 2016 09:18 UTC
avatar katkinkead  is currently offline katkinkead
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Hey everyone! I have a question for you which I've been contemplating: is 3D modeling a handcraft?

This conversation came up for us recently in a meeting, where some people argue yes; that the tools we use in a software like zbrush (for instance) mimic the tools of real life clay sculpting. The only thing that is different is the medium that one is digital, and one is physical. But arguably, they both need a certain level of artisan fine-touch, which can only be transferred through the literal hand of an artist.

So what do you guys think? 3D modeling, hand craft or no?

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 Topic: Product Test
Product Test [message #147054] Thu, 26 May 2016 03:17 UTC
avatar Amanda_Huang  is currently offline Amanda_Huang
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Registered: May 2016
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Hello Everybody,

I'm just wondering if I sell this product in Shapeways, will someone buy it.How about these designs? Do you like them?
I wanna get some feedbacks and advices from you. Thanks so much!

These pieces are designed by BOWEN STUDIO.

Technology:3D printing




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