At 5/3/17 08:55 AM, TomFulp wrote:
At 5/2/17 11:15 PM, crashadams wrote:
Bit more progress, just needs to be optimized for the printer. I didn't need to texture it to print it but I thought it'd be nice to make it into a game ready model, or close to one anyway. I had to sink the ring on the top down into the wood a bit of course. Sending it to the printer in the next hour or so.Very cool! Wonder if Tribute would be down to make Flinthook pendants / keychains, I think they could be a hit.
That is a possibility! My mold making skills are slightly lacking so mass producing them would take me a bit to figure out without just 3d printing them all or outsourcing to a different company but yeah it could work. Also I noticed another 3d modeler on here already made the anchor as part of a Flinthook character model so they could easily take theirs and produce it as well. I really don't have much time between projects or I'd have done a whole character too...maybe later though!
SO...the anchor part got caught on the printer bed and only printed one side and flattened the other side, challenges of working with slightly outdated SLA printers...the ring part printed though so I sanded that and put it in the sun to cure. Re printing the anchor part now.
Image, DC, BOOM!, Dynamite comic book artist, I also make toys and and pixel art.