Hey guys, this is a commissioned job that I did for print, it's a board game miniature, more shots and details on the artstation !! Thanks !!
My little tribute to Ed Catmull, the man responsible for one of the first 3D animations The head is 1:1 scale
This skull is a correct anatomical representation of the Human Male skull at 1/2 scale size.
It’s a great model for an artist to study and use as a reference of Human Anatomy!
You can print in FDM and Resin printers, you can resize the model for a better fit in your build plate print.
I made another fan-art sculpture - now it's the professor Heimerdinger from Arcane show. It's 274 mm tall, sliced to 29 separate parts and prepared to print - you can buy it at the link below. Hope you liked it!
That's one cute little pup!!! :D
I'm not good on modeling, if someone can help modeling this one 8" tall for 3d print the TMNT community will be grateful, thanks
Fan Art Elderwood Hecarim with Elegoo Mars
I am back almost 1.5 years later with an update to my previous post. I recently did my first try at casting. I used recycled aluminum. I see in my previous post I mentioned casting in bronze, which I've changed my mind on. Although a copper and aluminum bronze alloy is doable, I prefer the blackened aluminum look.
3d model of the my sword in blender EEVEE:
3d printed PLA casting model for plaster of paris mold (This is melted out of the plaster mold later, then the aluminum is poured in):
The resulting aluminum casting after removal from the plaster (handle ring, above the pommel in the above image, cast failed):
As the images above show, the casting is not perfect. It does have an ancient weathered look to it, but that was not intentional. The seam along the hilt guard is likely due to the cyanoacrylate super glue I used to stick two printed halves together; the CA probably did not melt out with the PLA. I think the lava-like texture on the pommel and guard was caused by aluminum cooling on the inner walls of the mold as it filled; as more material flowed in, the solidified skin pulled away and folded over on itself, resulting in a wrinkled surface. The fix for this might be to preheat the mold to a higher temperature than I did (300 Celsius).
Made a video about 3d printing, where I am showing my 3d printed project and explaining how to 3d print things: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_s8zfJgkEtg&t=3s