Slash and Old Hob

Jan 24 2014 Published by under 3D Printing

Slash and Old Hob duo from the IDW TMNT comics. Slash has a variant with his mask and claw.

Old Hob Heroclix

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Jimmy

Jun 24 2013 Published by under 3D Printing

So in upstate New York (Where the house and garden project is), I know some hilarious characters. One of them is a guy named Jimmy. He likes bird-watching, joints, motorcycles, and throwing boomerangs. He hates cops. This sculpt is my rendition of him. I intend to make a 3D print and use him in Heroclix games against superheroes.


And here’s the real guy for reference. I don’t think he’d want his face posted online, but I don’t think he has a computer anyway.


And here’s the 3D printed version

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King Shark

Mar 13 2013 Published by under Uncategorized

King Shark based on his nu52 appearence. I tried out some new techniques and think they worked nicely. I really want to get this one printed a little larger than I normally do.



Updated with my printed sculpt. He’s approximately 3.5 inches tall and has some serious mass to him. I could have hollowed him out and saved $15, but I opted for full brutishness.

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Leavanny

Jan 16 2013 Published by under Uncategorized

Another realistic Pokemon model. I’m slowly sculpting my team.

For this one I mainly used references of leaf bugs and grasshoppers, but I gave it bumblebee legs because they look cool. The head and thorax leaves are supposed to look like realistic leaves as opposed to a leaf shaped shell. I wanted to keep it at least partially a plant.

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Superman Prime going wild

Jan 07 2013 Published by under 3D Printing

Someone on my Heroclix forum requested a very specific sculpt to be printed. Superman Prime (who is not the same as normal Superman) ripping apart a Yellow Lantern with Power Girl trying to stop him. It’s based on this picture.


I went into zBrush and did my best to recreate it.

There’s also a turntable in case that wasn’t enough.

 

 

And here’s how it was printed. I didn’t paint it, but whoever did was astounding.

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