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    Next 3d print in PLA. Boar head wall mount.






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    Your wall mounts are fantastic! The material/color combo you selected looks so awesome, great work!

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    zero-13 thank you!
    With the boar i also used zbrush booleans to make a hollow model and to cut a mounting place for teeth out.
    just one click and i can get separate parts for printing.




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    Default From ZBRUSH to CHOCOLATE

    The next step in my experiments is trying to clone 3d printed zbrush models using casting materials.
    I printed this bear model out in PLA plastic. 10cm and 20cm



    later i got the silicone mold from 3d-printed 10cm model



    then I tried several casting materials, polyurethane, gypsum and...



    ... including chocolate.



    Turned out from zbrush to chocolate .
    10cm milk chocolate and 20 cm PLA


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    Amazing work.

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    thanks Rogan!
    here's an video where i gently pull the chocolate bear face away from the silicone mold:



    Also i upgrade my old models sometimes. One more Bear.


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    Default Fur workflow

    Hello do you have tutorial or tips for your wolf fur approach THX in Advance btw cool work

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    Hi! New boar head print started. Previous version was 18cm height. This one - 30 cm
    3D printing by parts. Model splitted onto parts using Zbrush booleans





    @hanson85 now i usually use Standard brush, Rake brush with custom alpha and with modified options by needs

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    Hey! I'm trying to color my Zbrush models 3d printed in plastic. first experiments with acrylic painting.
    Let me remind, I use these not the most successful 3d prints for training, so lanes, seams, etc. are present.


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    Default THX :) Cheers :)

    THX Cheers

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    a little more of faux metal painting study.
    3dprinted zbrush wolf


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    That's very good Can you explain how you did this painting? it looks very very nice ^^
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    @Totyo thank you!
    I use acrylic bronze paint as base. Then i use bituminous lacquer (deep black lacquer) like on this video (russian language, but i think this method is quite understandable)

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    Thank you very much for the information, i'll look at that !
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    Very nice! Your photography on these pieces really shows them off well. I've just started printing
    some of my work and I need to do a better job of cleaning up the prints and taking good photos.

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