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amazing 3D figures print

Discussion in 'Digis - Digital Miniatures 3D Modeling' started by antonio argudo, Jun 8, 2015.

  1. Ernesto Simó New Member

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  2. mandreas Active Member

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    Italy
    wow! This makes obsolete, the 3D modeling with ZBrush :blackeye:
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  3. Modellismo48 Active Member

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    Italy
    Good morning, you're interested in having your product dealer?, of particular interest is the production scale 1:48.

    if you want to write me at info@modellismo48.it

    regards
    paolom48

    www.modellismo48.it
  4. kidsbday7 Active Member

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    United-States
    I think this is really interesting and I have been watching these guys develop this for a little bit. They are not casting copies either. You are buying a 3d print. And the cost is a bit higher than a resin figure, but think the cost is not the ultimate barrier anymore. As eluded to above - I think the barrier now becomes scanning action poses and access to the right subject - appropriate costume/uniform, etc. and right body type. That might spawn a little side market for uniform collectors and historians, but also 3d scanning networks across the globe so you have access to the right subjects and don't have to trek someone across the globe to get a good scan.

    Please sign me up as the scanning technician for some female fantasy figures if we ever get there.
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  5. Manfred Active Member

    Hm, surely you will need an assistant! I`d humbly like to offer my loyal services ... :love:
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  6. Markster Member

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  7. fanai Well-Known Member

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    Australia
    Have been watching these sort of breakthrus with a lot of interest

    8 years ago painted a topographical model for business - things very crude and expensive and one colour

    Now -wow

    will never stop me from sculpting as I do Animorphs and Dwarfs - so have my niche already

    but yes personalised prints of individuals - a retiring General/ Admiral as Tanker or Flight crew
  8. Steve Ski A Fixture

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    United-States
    Incredible detail. I like the aircrews in particular, but all are incredible. The options are apparently endless, beauty!

    Cheers, Ski.
  9. Michael D Member

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    United-Kingdom
    Quote; "Hi Antonio, Really incredible, which 3d printer have you used? I not see the different layers ".

    My question too?

    The last time I had some 3D printing done at 54mm size, the layer line's ruined the piece, face & boob's.
    The leg's and arm's could be 'cleaned up' but difficult to get to area's, it was hopeless.

    Lovely sculpts and print's.

    Michael.
  10. antonio argudo Well-Known Member

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    Spain
  11. antonio argudo Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Spain
  12. antonio argudo Well-Known Member

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    Spain
  13. Michael D Member

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    United-Kingdom
    Fantastic intricate detail. Are these 3D printed as they come out of the printer
    or do you have to 'clean them up' ?

    Are these the 3D print's or have you made Resin copie's?

    Do you use Shapeway's for Printing ?

    Absolutly fantastic however you do them.

    Michael.
  14. antonio argudo Well-Known Member

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    Spain
    they look fastastic indeed, I think it's how they come out of the printer, anyway I have nothing to do with this company(I wish LOL), the link is in the first page of this post! cheers
  15. Norbert Jakob Active Member

    Hi all, I finaly loged in, in order to answer to some questions.
    Pictures shows figures as they come out of the printer, they are only washed from remaining resin and material support is removed.
    Company has his own printer : an Envisiontec Perfactory IV, as most of these figures are over the limit in memory and in number of triangles of Shapeways.
    In addition to figures, the company provides also printing service, so Reedoak provides already printed figures to other companies or designers.

    Norbert
  16. Zastrow.cuirassier A Fixture

    Country:
    France
  17. Norbert Jakob Active Member

    Hi
    This one is done with very thin sun glasses, face is behind
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    and once painted, despite I'm not a great painter

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    from the truck behind, you know this one is 1/35

    Norbert
  18. Norbert Jakob Active Member

    Hi

    first try to print in 1/24 :
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    Norbert
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  19. MAX.I.G Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Latvia
    I use 3d scanner too, but not so good, so i must resculpt all small pieces, but my 3d printer same, printing without layers. I really think about making studio like this 1 year ago but 50% of my work can't be scanned. Robots, monsters and etc. So i use my scanner to make better pose and proportion even then i sculpt something unreal.
  20. Ferris A Fixture

    Can't beat the realism on this! I'm a fan!

    Looking forward to future releases.

    Cheers
    Adrian

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