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    Default Planar Head



    This is a study of head in planes i am developing for rapid prototype printing. Now I just need to find a place I can afford. I would like it to be about 6 inches tall.



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    looks cool... it looks like something that would be made in wood.
    great work!
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    Thanks Adam. Here is a Female head i created by smoothing the planar head.
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    Default planar head progress

    Getting close to print out the planar head.

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    Creature I'm making for compositions using wax casts.

    rapid prototype--->
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    Great head study and print! Who did it?

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    Scans I have been playing with using Autodesk 123D app.


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    Female anatomy study for rapid prototype. I am planning to make wax casts for traditional sculpture compositions. Cheating, i know I love it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Santis View Post
    Great head study and print! Who did it?
    But me of course)) Thank you!

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    Did you do the print yourself? (the physical print)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santis View Post
    Did you do the print yourself? (the physical print)

    Oh, no, it was done at shapeways. $65.

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    Default Anatomy props WIP




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    Practicing figure posing...




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    Lightbulb More sculpts

    I finally figured out a workflow for sketching out ideas fast and detailed enough. Here it goes..


















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