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  • T9A and future technology

    joel127 - - Supporters Corner

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    I wanted to make a braid in Blender, but I only found super complicated tutorials. I found a much easier way, so I made my own tutorial Enjoy! (sorry no sound) youtube.com/watch?v=q_gvFhPIUgY

  • @kelvenmore Great prints! I also have the Photon, for now using the standard transparent green resin. Are you using the Elegoo Grey? Is it better for mini? Also, what are those white residues on the models?

  • T9A and future technology

    joel127 - - Supporters Corner

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    Blender 2.81 is in beta and has new awesome features coming straight from ZBrush for sculpting: - Voxel Remesh in sculpt mode. It allows to create one mesh from disjointed meshed. Awesome to create base meshes Here I easily create a hand from boxes and cylinders. It is quite hard to do just by sculpting from a shpere. dropbox.com/s/hurulqsdtvalwtx/hand_scuplpting.png?dl=0 p.png - New "Pose" brush, allows to change orientation of bits without needing to create an armature, this one is almost magi…

  • T9A and future technology

    joel127 - - Supporters Corner

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    Quote from Little Joe: “Looking good, you plan to print whole armies now? ” No no, it would be way too much work, and would not make sense for official armies, since we have access to a plethora of cheap awesome mini. I will use the printer to make unique models, characters, monsters, ... models where the offering is lacking.

  • Painted with contrasts the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…3408b9cbec644f6feaebae1c0 One great trick is to use the contrast medium while the contrast is still wet to clear the areas where there is too much paint, and create highlights where you want.

  • T9A and future technology

    joel127 - - Supporters Corner

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    I don't think so, the string would be very thin and would break when cutting support, and the arrow would mean additional support in a difficult area. The best way would be to print arrows separately and use a thread for the string.

  • T9A and future technology

    joel127 - - Supporters Corner

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    Quote from piteglio: “looking great! cant wait to see the cleaned (and then painted) mini. ” Here she is :), painted with contrasts. the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…3408b9cbec644f6feaebae1c0 So the small aliasing on the surface was not noticeable at all while painting. However when cutting the support is leaves small dots on the model that are visible after a wash, so I should be really careful to make them flush with the surface.

  • Thank you, I love the models They are sculpted by Dragon Claw Miniatures, with the 9th age in mind: dragonclawminiatures.co.uk/The…_/cat5750812_4337714.aspx They also have lovely roman inspired ones, it was very hard to resist (I already have too many vermin guards). Be aware they are about twice as big as GW Skaven.

  • T9A and future technology

    joel127 - - Supporters Corner

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    Using Blender and ChiTuBox 1.5 Are you printing with resin or FDM?

  • We'll need a lot of cannon fodder! 40 slaves join the battle the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…3408b9cbec644f6feaebae1c0 40 points for the cause

  • T9A and future technology

    joel127 - - Supporters Corner

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    Quote from Little Joe: “Blender screwed this shield up so hard on combining meshes that I looked for alternatives and found Meshmixer. ” Quote from joel127: “I'm confused, are you trying to merge all different pieces together with a boolean operation? When doing my models I had tons of different pieces, never merged anything and it printed just fine. ” Quote from Little Joe: “It printed fine because you used some software to get tris and merge the objects. 3D printing needs a single mesh with no…

  • T9A and future technology

    joel127 - - Supporters Corner

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    I received my Anycubic Photon last week and I was able to print my first mini (not my design). Unfortunately I had two print fails where the mini did not stick to the build platform before figuring out that the exposure time for the first layers was 30 seconds instead of the 60 seconds required, argh. dropbox.com/s/2yf1o823ujht0ln/2019-10-11%2017.05.36.jpg?dl=0 p.jpeg I used Chitubox to create the supports and slice the model (0.05 mm), print time 3h. The quality is very good, but the surfaces a…

  • Quote from bk5b: “Well some agree some disagree... 6th ed Tomb Kings are for me best ever looking army created in the whole mini-thing universe... ” I really love the aesthetic of the army and that it is loosely based on ancient Egypt, that's why I bought a full army, but I must admit I'm not a fan of "Let's put skulls everywhere because we are undead, GET IT?". This does not even make sense since the weapons and armors would have been forged before their undead status.

  • Quote from Marcos24: “Aside from a little printing mishap, i'm pretty happy with the results. Can't decide on which colors to paint the rest of the primered areas so i'm putting it aside for now the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…3408b9cbec644f6feaebae1c0 the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…3408b9cbec644f6feaebae1c0 ” That's glorious! Amazing to think you modeled and printed it yourself! I hope I will be able to make mini half as good with my new printer

  • Quote from JimMorr: “Finally managed to finish painting first minis for the campaign... this is rather disappointing performance of mine. Yet RL attacked me. Nevertheless some support for our faction Clan Raitz Priests by Windmaster Miniatures ( @Kilverane ) 27085-3423e467-large.jpg 27086-74d2b67e-large.jpg It is first time I painted Windmaster. For me they have quite 'rough and crispy' feeling. Very good details but there is no much difference in surface structure between steel, flesh or materi…

  • T9A and future technology

    joel127 - - Supporters Corner

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    In Blender, you have the 3d printing tools to analyse and fix issues: daler.github.io/blender-for-3d…ing/3d-print-toolbox.html I have yet to use them though. You can also use the decimate modifier to massively reduce polycount without changing too much the overall shape. You can also use "Merge by distance" to merge points that are very close, it could fix some issues.

  • T9A and future technology

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    Quote from Little Joe: “ So I am most curious, how do you all post process a sculpt and make it print ready? ” Not really sure for now, but I just ordered my Anycubic Photon so I will need to learn all this. I've done some research, and if you print it on a resin printer, you will need to hollow the model (I think with meshmixer), and then add the support structures in a specialized software. The orientation of the model is important so that as few support as possible is needed. There should not…

  • we UD are really spoiled

  • Hello! Awesome mini, I think I will buy your shabtis. However I also like the Rat Chieftain & Rat Ogre very much, do you know when it will be available again? Also, the price for "Rat Chieftain & Rat Ogre" seem extremely high for a model of that size, is there something you can do? Thanks!

  • I wouldn't know, their pictures are so poor I'm unable to distinguish anything. And we don't even get to see the bow options. Such a shame to go through all the pain of creating, producing and selling miniatures and not advertise them properly. (feedback for @Kanadian) ud-shabti.jpg ud-shabti.jpg