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Presenting the Gentlefolk Blacksmith, a heavy-hitting Servant of the Engine from the game Twisted. He's part of my Steampunk People WIP thread.
Been looking forward to painting this one for ages (mainly because he resembles Tick-Tock from Return to Oz, that's also why he's mostly bronze).
Unfortunately, I did attach his chimney a little skewed, but I think I'm liking how it looks.
As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
I work for a large movie company and wanted to reproduce one of their animated characters. Here's the result.
This little guy is printed in PLA:
The arms and legs are posable. I printed small links with a hole in the center and ran floral arrangement wire through them.
I cut the wire from the legs inside the body and connected an LED for the eye. The wire is plastic coated so you have to sand paper off the plastic coating to make them conductive. You can see the wire connections inside the cup. At the local craft store they sold strings of miniature lights so I picked up several on sale. You get a battery holder with circuitry to regulate the current to the LED and as a bonus it has a timer to turn the LED on for six hours out of every twenty four. For convenience I drilled a hole for the wire and glued the battery holder to the bottom of the cup. The switch is accessible without taking the thing apart.
It was a commissioned piece for our CTO. As he said "It's all about the toys!"
Thanks for looking :)
Inspirobot is a bot for inspirational quotes. It gets a background, and throws words together with somewhat decent grammar (usually). Occasionally it will hit a legitimately good combo. Often they don't make sense. Sometimes the results are downright creepy (and some are inappropriate).
^^ The link.
Examples! I chose tame ones as to not scare you off.
What craziness are you getting? Worst I had was the 'bot telling me to get preggo, and that certain erm, acts, could cause zombies.
Join me in laughing at this!
Here is another of my Imperial Assault figures.
IG-88. I followed the Sorastro guide, which involved drybrushing, washes, drybrushing, etc. 4 or 5 cycles.
Then painting on some forced highlights, then a blue wash on one side and a red one on the other.
This was fast, and a little sloppy. But fast.
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