9 Muses [rings Collection]

Discussion in 'Feature this!' started by Agonistes, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member
  2. gordonlardi
    gordonlardi Well-Known Member
    really nice! real pieces or renders?
  3. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member
    those are real pieces ! :)
    printed at shapeways a few months ago
  4. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member
  5. gordonlardi
    gordonlardi Well-Known Member
    they came out great, i would definitly wear
  6. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member
    Thank you very much !! :)
  7. Youknowwho4eva
    Youknowwho4eva Well-Known Member
    Beautiful! I also like the triangular stands!
  8. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member
    Thank you ! I did 30 stands like this in paper to show the rings in a "valley of spikes" but at the end it was not looking good on the final pictures so I gave up the idea.
    I'll find something else to do with it :)
  9. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member

    too much photoshop were necessary with those pictures
  10. NikoBrownlee
    NikoBrownlee Member
    These are incredible! May I ask what CAD program you are using to create these?
  11. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member
    Thank you very much :) !

    I used 3dsmax to design the rings
  12. Frozenrain
    Frozenrain Well-Known Member
    They are so beautiful!
  13. Frozenrain
    Frozenrain Well-Known Member
    What?I still can't find a way to make these shapes with 3dsmax.What modifier(s) did you use?
  14. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member
    It's manual sculpting, no modifier needed :)
  15. xanem1
    xanem1 Member
    Are some of those Frosted Detail Plastic, the transparent material? Now I feel in the future I'll have to make something that works in that material…

    Also, I should've said this first, but nice rings!
  16. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member

    thank you :). At the moment it's only available in metal but Frosted detail plastic is a great idea !
  17. Youknowwho4eva
    Youknowwho4eva Well-Known Member
    Keep in mind that Frosted Detail is fairly brittle. And, being acrylic, can cause irritation with prolonged skin contact.
  18. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member
    Oh, good to know, thank you !
  19. Youknowwho4eva
    Youknowwho4eva Well-Known Member
    No problem! It's a great material for miniatures, and painting. I'd think they'd look interesting in aluminum. Aluminum is laser sinthered, so it's fairly porous and will get dirty. Or if you could combine 2 of the designs for interlocking metals!
  20. Agonistes
    Agonistes Member
    Good idea. It would be just like the trinity ring from Cartier with 3 interlocking bands :) but the free form version.