My first arrived!

Discussion in 'My Shapeways Order Arrived' started by ristridyn, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. ristridyn
    ristridyn New Member
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    Hello shapewaypeople,

    My first 3D print ever arrived today :D
    A schoolproject, my teacher was like: 'you do everything with the computer please make something that I can hold' so I was like: 'okey' and had it printed :D
    It is very cool and very addicting to be able to hold you own work in your hands. so thank you shapeways!

    I also made a nice round plate of rosewood to go with the sculpture and cover up the hollow underside :)
    specifics on the print:

    140 mm high
    wall-thickness of 1.5 mm (solid hands and fingers)
    White, Strong and Flexible material.
    Sculpted in Blender 3D

    If you want to take a closer look at the digital sculpture:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v =3kc7tSZakpE
    I did do a unboxing video on youtube:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v =yPCvjQA3dl0

    Shop: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/Little_Treasure

    Have fun all and enjoy your creative processes and projects! :p
     
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2013
  2. FabMeJewelry
    FabMeJewelry New Member
    This is a masterpiece !

    When will it be for sale :eek: ?
     
  3. ristridyn
    ristridyn New Member
    I honestly hadn't even given that option any thought...
    I'll look into it tomorrow (kindda late at this side of the line)
    Thanks for the compliment!
     
  4. FabMeJewelry
    FabMeJewelry New Member
    It would do well i think and if it's set public maybe shapeways will feature it sometime ?

    I use blender aswell but maily for finishing, never really understood how to sculpt from scratch.

    Toturial would be cool :)
     
  5. ristridyn
    ristridyn New Member
    I created a shop for download :) http://www.shapeways.com/shops/Little_Treasure have a look around ;)
    And I didn't sculpt all the way from scratch, I first boxmodeled, sculpted both characters and rigged them seperatly. posed them togather, joined the mashes and did the final sculpting. There are good tut's on sculpting out there ;) it's just the same as creating one character, but then you create two ;)
     
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2013
  6. lensman
    lensman Well-Known Member
    Very good. Next time your teacher will have to be more specific: "Make something using your HANDS"! :eek:

    Glenn
     
  7. ristridyn
    ristridyn New Member
    Haha XD Well, I do more then just 3D, I also draw a lot, and I've drawn portraits of some of my friends as well, I don't think she will complain about doing to much of the same ;)