Appreciate the challenge. Ive gotten a lot done in the last two days (Ive had off work). Im hoping by next month to have my first prototype ready and by December have the figure ready for production. anyway just wanted to give you my thanks
Hey Fakebusker haven't talked to you in a while but could use some words of encouragement. I've been working in blender using online tutorials to learn (I come from a Maya background). While I find Blenders interface easy to use. I'm having a hard to time learning the ins and outs especially with complex designs (like transforming parts). what's really getting me down is that I have a learning disability witch makes it very frustrating and sometimes leaves me feeling defeated. I have talent and skill for designing on paper hell can even engineer these designs in my head it just getting them down into the computer that's hard. Any way I know your busy just looking for a few words of encouragement
It's just that the article I posted here makes it seem like Hasbro is capitalizing on 3D print materials and there was a picture of one of your pieces in the article. I was just curious if they had given you a email concerning any of it.
Tempted to bite on your AOE Crosshairs SMGs set. Which material options are best for which case scenario? Is there any precautions I should take after I have obtained the guns? Do I need to sand them down or anything? Please let me know, thank you!
Sorry for all the questions. I have never bought anything from Shapeways.
Hey, fakebusker. Looking at your Smashmaster Seismus hammer bot, I can't help but wonder if you'll ever try your hand at designing more transforming weapons? Maybe even weapons that turn into other weapons, like a gun that turns into an axe or something.