FLORIAAAAAAAAAN!!!

What the hell kind of secret room placement is that?

georgetakei:

Herro Takittei.

This man is my favorite everything

Just finished printing the last two pieces for my Skyward Sword Master Sword.  Other than removing blobs and glue, there is no post-processing on the hilt whatsoever; I am very pleased with the quality of the prints by this printer.  After the glue cures and passes the durability test, it’s on to post-processing and finally paint.

Modeler: Clothbender (me)
Modeling Software: Blender 3.69
Printer: Rostock MAX Tri-Force Edition by TrickLaser.com
Material: ProtoParadigm PLA (Sky Blue and Black)

3D-Printed Master Sword WIP (Skyward Sword Version)

As I save for the paints for my Majora’s mask (some are over $50 for a 4 oz, bottle and there are a lot of different colors on that mask), I have been working on a 3D-printed Master Sword.  With the exception of a threaded metal rod for support, the entire prop will be 3D-printed.

Unlike the other props I have posted, this is being made on a “consumer-level” 3D-printer. The most obvious advantage is the cost, but the parts are stronger as well.  The drawbacks are a need for post-processing and some loss of detail.  There is still work to be done, but so far so good

Modeler: Clothbender (me)
Modeling Software: Blender 3.69
Printer: Rostock MAX Tri-Force Edition by TrickLaser.com
Material: ProtoParadigm PLA (Sky Blue and Black)

I haven’t updated in forever, so I thought I would just bring my tumblr up to date.

I am working on Majora’s Mask, but I messed up the paint so I am in the process of stripping it. I also got a new FDM printer. I have been doing a lot of tests with different printing technologies to improve the strength of my prints. So far so good

And chainmail, I’ve been working on too

alderion-al:

omg I love the newLink? ahhhhh

(via jingjang)

xproskeith:

What do you mean that’s not exactly what happened?

(via zorobro)

WIP: 3D-printed Majora’s Mask (piece 1 of 11)

My Majora’s Mask print arrived today from shapeways!  This is what it looked like straight out of the box - absolutely perfect.  The spikes aren’t printed yet, I am going to add those after I finish painting the piece pictured here.

Expect to see more soon!

Modeled By: ClothBender (myself)
Modeling Software: Blender 2.69
Printing Service: Shapeways
Material: Strong White and Flexible