Havent posted in a while. I Usually post stuff late at night so Ill just start a thread of the pieces I'm currently working on. Here is one I have been working on for a couple days. Its a likeness attempt of mary elizabeth winstead. C&C welcome.
Here's something I've been working on lately forgot to post it here so yeah let me know what you all think.
Hey all, Here is more WIP from marmoset. After I make some hair cards Ill continue on with blend shape setup/
Kind of a 3D Prints Dump. All of them were printed on HP MJF's and are made of nylon the bottle is the only one that also includes PLA
Here some fast prints i made on my mini FDM each one took from 1 to 2 hrs.
Some more tiny weapons printed out in PLA. Again all were fast prints none of them took more than 2 hrs.
Kind of just pushing stuff out to make new ones.
Let me know what you all think.
Or if preferred the wrl to my sketchfab here: https://sketchfab.com/…/hogarth-pose-8a0786d701154b8a9b115a…
Hi Everyone, Decided to make a few masks and put them on etsy. I only put 5 mostly to test the waters. If well received then I will expand to make more and even new products. Here's a link, let me know what you all think. Thanks.
Hi Everyone, I decided to make a cookie cutter out of my baby's favorite character. Not much of a baker myself so i'd like to point out there are specific cookies that are meant to be cut and cookies that are not. The ones in the image are peanut butter cookies and they are very difficult to work with. The trick I used for these was to bake them flat first and then use the cookie cutter. Just a heads up is all. I hope you guys like this one link to the printable file below. Have fun baking!https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-elmo-cookie-cutter-115275
Whenever I do realistic studies I always run into the issue of the sculpt shape not matching the reference especially when rendering in other programs and I think the main part of the issue is the focal length not matching up. Is there a rule of thumb for the camera focal length when sculpting/rendering?
As far as photo reference goes, a photographer can use any focal length they feel like depending on their artistic tastes or on the situation and environment. Longer focal lengths are popular with portrait photographers to get that blurry 'bokeh' background, making sure the subject is the main focus (pun intended). But those longer focal lengths are so different from how the human eye sees, that they can mess with our sense of depth.
Long story short, if 35mm isn't working for you, maybe try 50mm?
Thanks again. I really appreciate the reply.
I made another batch of black and red masks. I decided to make the black ones slightly wider and longer to see if they make a more comfortable fit. Let me know what you all think. Thanks.
I decided to upload a new item to the etsy shop. Its a downloadable model for a customizable 20-sided die with changeable panels. The one below was printed in resin and painted in black and gold. Let me know what you guys think about it. If anyone’s interested here a link for the shop.
For anyone interested I've added a few to my etsy shop.
A crawls attempt to get back towards making anything for the sake of my sanity. Feels good to post again.
Here is a trinket I will be 3d printing as a gift for my wife. Its supposed to be a turtle with a cinnamon roll shell, but not sure if it reads well. Feedback if you got it. Thanks!
Worked on this head as an exercise. Inspired by bao Pham's work.
Re-worked/stylized an old model and for some reason I keep ending up with a half baked man bun for the hair style.
Continued to adding color.
Another head exercise, loose concepting/coloring mainly having fun.
Here is the resin print for the cinnamon roll turtle. Meant to be kind of a trinket. It's around 45mm long and roughly sprayed with gold paint
Made another head as an exercise. Trying to get back into the grove of things, even spent some time doing the topology. Not sure if I did the topo right, tried doing it off of memory. Had fun doing it though.
Started trying to concept another ukulele idea. Based off the Siamese cat, still blocking it out/trying to figure out.