So I've had my first 3d printer (Original Prusa i3 Mk2) for just under 2 weeks but decided to start something big.
Little back story: I work for Full Fat Games who made a game called Agent Dash several years before I started there. During my time, we did a major update / engine change to the game, and Jon Mills and I were asked to make some high resolution sculpts of title character Agent Dash and his missus Joanna Goodtug (who I sculpted) for marketing purposes.
These never got used, but I asked my boss if I could print the pair.
These will get painted, but here's the current progress. All printed, several iterations of priming and sanding. I've also printed a base for the pair, and am halfway through making a second copy of the whole lot for Jon.
Base + characters stands about 28cm tall and I have to say I'm really proud so far. Hoping I can do them justice with the paint job
Sorry no guns! I feel dirty Ballantine's Whiskey asked me to make a one of sculpture. It was made to symbolize the 12 years of aging necessary for the maturation of the product.
Good job everyone. This thread is really great. Btw, I have one request to you. Can you write the price of 3d printing service you used for your models (like Shapeways etc.). I think it can help other people estimate cost for their own models.