Berzerker 3D Print Progress
I had started working on this character concept quite some time ago and had to put it aside due to work commitments. I recently decided to pick him back up, specifically, I wanted to create a 3D printed character bust from the initial design. The first step was to remove any unnecessary anatomy so that the model could actually function as a bust. This involved isolating the torso and head so that the bust would be capable of standing on its own (without supports).
I am currently in the process of detailing the skin, and making sure that the inside of the mesh is hollowed out (to save on costly printing resin). I expect to have more updates within the next few weeks! Also, please check out the 3D model on the 3D Model Viewer Page! Stay tuned for updates.
4/4/2021 09:33:42 am
Hey, I wanted to create a 3D printed character bust from the initial design.
4/5/2022 04:03:53 am
It has the mechanics of the blades in it. The rotary blade is a brand new tool that makes it easy to happen. You will see the gear at the top drive housing. The blade is to be kept safe when it is not in use. The size of the blade makes precise, intricate details so easy for the Cricut com/setup maker machine.
5/20/2022 04:24:01 am
This is a great article to read! You seem like you know a lot about what you are doing and that is great. 3D Technology is amazing and innovative with many uses like the scan and printing you are doing right now. Do you think there is any downside you have seen to using 3D Technology or is it all advantages?
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