3D Artwork: New from Powell Inc: SOUNDWAVE!

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  1. Cashanova

    Cashanova Sons Of Unicron PTT

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    I'm just about to start some kit projects for animated figures and thought I could use a little test piece to get me warmed up.

    So here's Animated SOUNDWAVE... The action figure!

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  2. MrSoundmeister

    MrSoundmeister Bang,Bang Boom!

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    that's just adorable. it just is.

    Well,i wonder if your going to make a animated "Lil' Blaster" Version of this.
     
  3. Shadowbreaker

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    Very cool!
     
  4. Primus

    Primus Beware, the modelers. Veteran

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    Nice!
     
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    sweet rendering !
     
  6. Terrorcon_King

    Terrorcon_King Has Gone Transmetal

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    Broo!! please tell me its on your shapeways....(looks at shapeways)....IT IS!!!!

    this is awesome!! i want to troop build them sooo bad!


    Cannot wait for the other stuff;) 
     
  7. uncledeadward

    uncledeadward Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto

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    He is just too friggin' cute! I would completely buy this and put him on my desk at work. Awesome job!
     
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    He needs the keyboards on his arms and the extra speakers. He looks damn awesome in 3D.


    The only thing I'd change is the buttons look a titch to small.
     
  9. Crazy Ramjetty

    Crazy Ramjetty marvel's got it good

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    how funny would it be if that soundwave toy from the show actually existed, nice job dude
     
  10. Megatron31

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    thats just plain awesome
     
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  12. Primus

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    A little off topic, but what 3D program do you use? I've been trying to get something printed on Shapeways but I keep running into issues. First it was scaling issues (which I still don't fully understand but managed to get something the size i wanted) and now it's wall thickness issues. I'm curious if there is some kind of tool or plugin for 3ds max to view wall thickness issues.
     
  13. Cashanova

    Cashanova Sons Of Unicron PTT

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    I use Solidworks, it's an awesome engineering package, perfect for toy design. It has a built in renderer, but I could never get the hang of it, fortunatley the latest version has an external render program called photo view 360. It's basic but gets the job done.
     
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    nicely done!
     
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    If that was a real figure, I'd buy in in a heartbeat!
    Aw, who am I kidding? I'd buy a bag of poop if the bag had Soundwave on it.
     
  16. Megatron31

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    i just assumed it was autocad that was used to make everything
     
  17. TedimusPrime

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    He plays! He dances! He does it all!
     
  18. Medri Fogmatio

    Medri Fogmatio Autobot

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    what would be nice, is if you designed the upper torso (where the chest is located) and the lower portion (the abdomen) is if the upper portion was seperate and had a socket on the top, and a ball joint on the lower portion, that way he could bend and turn his upper torso.

    Great work though
     
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    can u make one transform cus that would be like wtf so cool
     
  20. Cashanova

    Cashanova Sons Of Unicron PTT

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    Like the midsection of a shadow warrior figure? This was just suposed to be like a robot heros type figure, but I might go back and add more articulation.

    I'm pretty sure this version never transformed, he just got bigger.
     

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