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3D modeler
I've worked with Blender 3d since '07.

Shinto Patrol Craft, 6mm
RichardSNum89190013 @clockwerks77 If they were printed in WSF it would be due to the process, and nothing I have control over. If you wish for a higher quality print, I can open it up for black acrylate HD but it'd cost more per print. Sorry for the response delay, been busy IRL.
RichardSNum89190013 commented on CWx3 1-285 R by RichardSNum89190013
April 5, 2017
CWx3 1-285  R
RichardSNum89190013 It's actually more cost effective to "sprue" things together sometimes because the flat rate that shapeways charges for material ($5 base for HD Acrylate) gets spread across multiple models. I had a private version of just 1 model to see how much I had to rework, and it still was priced at something like ~$10 without seller markup.
RichardSNum89190013 @ZINO117 Take a look, I haven't ordered a personal test copy yet, but they should be printable. Depending upon amount needed, I could rearrange the sprue (add more to lower the overall cost per model, but total print cost would increase accordingly). I figured 3 @ $12 was a good starting point.
Dropped prices on most 6mm 1/285 models by a $1.
Combat Walker, 15mm Scale, Unbased
RichardSNum89190013 @ZINO117 I'm presently working on a 1/285 scale hovertank, but most of my energy/ambition gets drained at my primary day job. Thus this "Store" is mostly a hobby of mine. It's probably closer to 1/120th scale. It may, or may not cost less depending upon how I work it. Although there'd definitely be a loss of overall detail, but when I have the energy/time I'll think about it. It shouldn't be too "hard" being that it's a "virtual work environment" (Blender 3d). I've also got other mecha I'm toying with, so stick around. I'm in this for the long haul. I just need to get my RL situation straightened out first.
Combat Walkers HWS, 15mm Scale, Unbased
RichardSNum89190013 @ZINO117 Considering I've never heard of Full Metal Panic before, I'd have to say no. The inspiration for these mecha were Dream Pod 9's Heavy Gear line, but they're completely original designs by me. I'm not too fond of the idea of commercializing/benefiting from someone else's IP, so most (Read as All) of the designs I upload are original works by me (granted inspiration/similarities may happen).
RichardSNum89190013 @ZINO117 Er, I may have misunderstood your question. There was someone else who asked on a different model if I was working in 1/285, or 6mm. May I ask for clarity as to what you were asking about? If you were asking if I could scale it down so it'd be compatible with 6mm scale gaming. I could do that, and I was intending on doing so once I found time. Obviously there'd be some detail loss because this is a 15mm scale model.
RichardSNum89190013 Ah, I understand the context of that question better now... it's scaled, so 1mm = 1ft. In this sense, it'd be stupid to worry too much about NASA style miscalculations because it's a wargame miniature :D.
Gremlin Gunship
RichardSNum89190013 Sorry for the response delay. It should work for either, but if you want the specifics the dimensions are posted above. As far as I can tell the listed specifications are of the actual model, and not the bounding box they use for printing. Short answer, yes it will work with 6mm miniatures.


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