Wednesday, July 27, 2016
3D print dragon
Finally got my female dragon head. The resolution is a little low,
but it gives the figure an interesting texture.
Sculpted in Maya, "Cassandra" was made in
Woodbury University's Digital Fabrication Lab, kudos to Matt and his crew!
Here is the Dimension UPrint + (SD) unit that did the dirty work.
Super cool! Good modeling experience,
but I need more practice in modeling the interior
to get the proper wall thickness.
She has a few errors on her surfaces, and the eyes
didn't print for some reason. Will have to go over that again.
Matt and William use Rhino software to convert .obj files into .stl (stereo lithography) files.
Have a good summer gang, school starts at the end of August.