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    Hello,
    Here is a maquette of the Tin Man I did. I switched from traditional sculpting to full time digital sculpting at work about 9 months ago.
    The face is ZBrush, torso and funnel is Maya.

    Heather Lawless

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    cool! nice work! cant wait to see more of your stuff
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    Wow, this character is one of my preferred in my childhood . Your work is amazing... so clean and perfect...

    Please, if you Print your work, post here some pictures... .
    I know your company and I like prototyping precss.
    Can you teach us some tips for build a good 3D model to print out?

    I know that we must build only volumes, never surfaces, but what about objects proprieties? It must be one, unique, mesh with common volume or can be many volumes grouped?
    Can you tell us, in few words, how works a rapid prototyping machines? Thanks and compliments,

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    That is a great likeness to the original character. I look forward to watching this progress further.

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    Tin Man looks just about perfect to me, really looks like the character from the old musical Wizard of Oz from 1939. Would be great to see a full body on this one. Great work and will be really interesting to see your future works!
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    Very nice representation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jack999
    That is a great likeness to the original character. I look forward to watching this progress further.

    Jack
    What he said.
    No one ever expected a pencil to draw for them.

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    mdale13- Thanks! I hope to get a chance to post more soon.

    Hal899- Thank you. Well, as for the printing process, I really don't know much about that end of things.We Zbrushers work within a pipeline. After we are done in Zbrush we pass our exported files on to someone knowledgeable with other software programs and with the 3D printer. Its a team effort and I don't know exactly how they do it beyond my hands.
    As to your question about 'one, unique, mesh' - no. We export many meshes.
    This one was done several months ago and I don't have a print of it, but if I find one I will post it.

    Jack999, Eonsu, AA-ron, and poda- Thank you very much. This was finished as a torso and head only, so there isn't any more to this sculpt that what is seen here. I also did the scarecrow similarly,just a bust.

    -Heather

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    Can we see the crow too? (curious)
    Patrik Eonsuu

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    Working on this at home to relax and learn more about ZB.
    I love the Ralph Stumph materials.


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    Just wanted to say "Lovely"!!

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    Stunning images Heather...nice one

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    Very nice work Heather !
    Love it that the giraffe is actually chewing !

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    Wow, great! Great to see you have the tool to make this shape!

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    one word it looks cute

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