3D Artwork: 3D Desings Progress WIP

Discussion in 'Transformers Fan Art' started by f-primusunicron, Nov 22, 2011.

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what should i do next?

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  1. f-primusunicron

    f-primusunicron Unicron Herald BladeZero

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    3D Desings + Shapeways (updated)

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  2. KNOOM842

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    For only a week it looks good. I just downloaded the same program the other day, how did you save a pic of your work? And how did you make them ball jionts??
     
  3. Big Hache

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    Looking good so far. You're pretty brave to do modeling like that in Sketchup. I wouldn't classify Sketchup as friendly for this sort of modeling, but if it works it works!
     
  4. MoonBaseTom

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    If your planning on sending these to shapeways, you'll need to make sure that your wall thicknesses meet the material guidelines

    from shapeways:

    Minimum wall thickness requirements
    The minimum wall thickness requirements are listed in our Material pages. For easy reference the minimum wall thickness requirements are:

    White Strong & Flexible = 0.7 mm But we advise you to use at least 1 or 2 mm, depending on the size of the area.

    White, Transparent & Black detail = 1 mm

    Cream Robust = 1 mm

    Stainless Steel = 3 mm

    Full Color Sandstone = 3 mm

    Milky White Matte Glass = 3 mm

    Alumide = 1.5 mm

    Silver = 0.6 mm

    Frosted Detail = 0.5 mm

    Frosted Ultra Detail = 0.3 mm

    Glazed Ceramics = 3 mm
     
  5. MisterFanwank

    MisterFanwank Toy Industry Analyst

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    I like your swords and gun. Very nice. I also want to see how your joints turn out.
     
  6. MisterFanwank

    MisterFanwank Toy Industry Analyst

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    Looks nice. I'm anxious to see pictures of the printed model.
     
  7. MisterFanwank

    MisterFanwank Toy Industry Analyst

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    You got a broken image, bro.
     
  8. MisterFanwank

    MisterFanwank Toy Industry Analyst

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    Oooooh. I like that gattling gun. Is it big enough to print?
     
  9. f-primusunicron

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    yes, it is big enough, i wonder how would it look with prid thunderwing?
     
  10. f-primusunicron

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    update, hftd sideswipe blades work in progress
     
  11. f-primusunicron

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