We occasionally do some commission work upon request, and a friend of ours contacted us regarding something they were working on for Blizzcon. They were aiming to do a World of Warcraft cosplay, specifically
Tag: 3d modeling
A few years ago, right after the debut of the first Guardians of the Galaxy film, I banged together a simple 3D model for Star Lord’s earpiece in Sketchup, before I started figuring out
I’m actually finding modeling up the various pieces of equipment to be pretty good practice / training for learning the ins and outs of 3d Studio Max a little better, so I sat down
First shoulder pad printed, second shoulder pad modeled. I’ve done some light sanding to start blending the seam on the pad together, but it’ll take a decent amount of work to get properly smooth.
This evening, I took a crack at getting a shoulder pad model done up. It was a bit more complicated than I initially expected, but I’m satisfied with where it’s at right now. The
So this morning, I stumbled onto Robb Schoberg’s portfolio and discovered a hi-res model of the Data Knife used in Titanfall 2 that I wish I had access to before. I can’t be fussed to
Well, if you’ve played Titanfall 1, you know that the most common piece of kit to grace the Mk5 Smart pistol was a silencer / suppressor. I felt it was only fair to take
Well, after printing a few parts I’ve discovered that the gun’s model was too big. This was easy enough to correct – just had to scale it down to the correct size – but
So one of the absolutely iconic pieces of Titanfall hardware is the Smart Pistol – a handgun that fires target-seeking bullets. If you’ve ever played Titanfall 1 or 2, you know just how infuriating
While I’ve been working on other things (and also, you know, my day job) I’ve had my 3d printer humming along producing parts in the background for the jump kit. The 16-neopixel rings fit
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