Vehiconoggin V3 FINAL

by X3N0Wolf
Vehiconoggin V3 FINAL 3d printed SciFi Toys Painted final version on Super Vehicon. Unfortunately due to a combination of silver paint and camera flash the details are somewhat lost, but all detail shown on the rendered version is present in the printed model =)
Painted final version on Super Vehicon. Unfortunately due to a combination of silver paint and camera flash the details are somewhat lost, but all detail shown on the rendered version is present in the printed model =)
Vehiconoggin V3 FINAL 3d printed SciFi Toys Painted final version on Super Vehicon. Unfortunately due to a combination of silver paint and camera flash the details are somewhat lost, but all detail shown on the rendered version is present in the printed model =)
Vehiconoggin V3 FINAL 3d printed SciFi Toys Painted final version on Super Vehicon. Unfortunately due to a combination of silver paint and camera flash the details are somewhat lost, but all detail shown on the rendered version is present in the printed model =)
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Vehiconoggin V3 FINAL 3d printed SciFi Toys Unpainted prototype on Fallback, front
Vehiconoggin V3 FINAL 3d printed SciFi Toys Unpainted prototype on Fallback, front
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Vehiconoggin V3 FINAL 3d printed SciFi Toys Unpainted prototype on Fallback, front-side angle
Vehiconoggin V3 FINAL 3d printed SciFi Toys Unpainted prototype on Fallback, front-side angle
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Vehiconoggin V3 FINAL 3d printed SciFi Toys
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Here's the final version of my first project, the Vehicon head!

I decided to create this after a sudden inspiration that RTS Turbo Tracks would look great as a Vehicon. A trooper that had both car and flying-car abilities in one form... a Super Vehicon!

( Yeah, OK, I know Tracks' flying car mode is a bit naff, but, go with it... =P )

I've since found out that this head also fits perfectly onto ROTF Brawn / RTS Fallback without the need for the neck piece, and looks awesome! I'll be testing it with other figures over time, and any successes will be posted here.

So if you want a bit of variety in your Vehicons, grab some black and purple paints and a few of these heads, and induct some new warriors into the Decepticon ranks!

Dimensions

IN: 1.13 w x 0.543 d x 0.557 h
CM: 2.87 w x 1.378 d x 1.416 h
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@glaug Sweet, glad you like it! =) Thanks in advance for the business hehe =)
May 18, 2013, 2:51 pm
@X3N0Wolf Looks very nice indeed! I'll be having one of these with my next Shapeways order then, cheers for adding pics. :)
May 18, 2013, 12:26 pm
@glaug Right mate, pics are up =) Unfortunately as noted above, due to silver paint and camera flash the details are somewhat vague. I included a couple of the unpainted version on Fallback too for comparison. The silver paint I used is a bit old now, and I think that's affected the quality of the finish. You can see on the windows, I used the same paint there, it's not the greatest. But as far as the printed model is concerned I think it's pretty good =)
May 18, 2013, 10:47 am
@glaug No worries mate =) The finish with FUD is pretty smooth too, though there is a little 'grain' noticeable in places yeah. I've got one of these heads sitting around waiting to be put on a custom, so I'll get that in place and chuck a photo up soon yep =)
May 13, 2013, 5:06 pm
@X3N0Wolf Ahh, cheers for the reply. Fair enough, I am a big fan of the smoother *SFP look for TF parts is all. :) Would you be able to add an image of the printed product?
May 11, 2013, 8:56 am
@glaug: I could try mate, but given the increased minimum wall thickness, the quality would suffer. The ears/horns would have to be bulked out, and the pieces to either side of the mouth area would probably need work too. Also, WSF has a tendency to expand slightly, so getting the sizing right so that the inner section fitted properly could take a few trial-and-error runs, which would cost. Given my experiences with WSF at this scale, I don't honestly think the result would be desirable.
May 10, 2013, 4:55 pm
Is there any chance of an option for WSF or polished WSF?
May 9, 2013, 11:18 pm
 
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