Archive for April, 2012

Shuma Gorath

Apr 17 2012 Published by under 3D Printing

If you know Shuma Gorath it’s probably from Marvel vs Capcom games. Other than that, he’s only been in about 12 comics since he first appeared in the 70’s. Anyway, I love this guy. I don’t have too much more to say. I did get this one printed too, and it looks awesome.

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Static Shock!

Apr 17 2012 Published by under 3D Printing

 

His name is actually just Static. The “Shock” is part of the cartoon title. Anyway, he doesn’t have a nice face, but when you’re making models with the intention to print at less than half the size of your pinky, who cares?

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Irredeemable Antman

Apr 17 2012 Published by under 3D Printing

 

This guy is the “new” Antman from Marvel. He’s a coward, so I tried to get that across. I also tried to make him really small, but that didn’t work out print wise, as the minimum thickness for a piece is .2mm, and when you have a figure who’s going to be like 15mm tall total, it gets weird. I think I can print him in 33mm scale with no problem, but if he’s not going to be?noticeably?tinier than other characters, what’s the point of an Antman?

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Holocaust

Apr 17 2012 Published by under 3D Printing

Holo… er… Nemesis…

I hate this character and he was done by request. His name is Holocaust, but he’s sometimes called Nemesis so that he can appear in cartoon and toy form. He’s from the Age of Apocalypse, which is a story about the X-men in the future. It’s just a very 90’s story. The muscles are too large, the shoulder pads make no sense, and everything is “hardcore.”

Anyway, this was the first sculpt I ever made with intention to print. This picture is actually rendered in Maya because I couldn’t figure out how to use transparency in zBrush (I know now). I’m glad I never actually printed him, because it would have been annoying to set the helmet up as a?separate?piece.

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