I guess I’m getting a following for these – another commission project from Final Fantasy XIV, this time for the Dancer class.
This was a quick commission project that I was retained for by a client who had seen some of my other Final Fantasy XIV projects. The item in question is called an ‘aetherotransformer’…
I’ve been dabbling in the world of lightsaber replicas as of late, and while there are a lot of fancy options (Neopixel blades, Proffie Soundboards, etc.) I’ve been enjoying some of the more budget-friendly
I wanted to design a lightsaber that embraced the aesthetics of Ghostbusters hardware. I initially started this as a 3D modeling exercise, but I like it so much that I’m probably going to take
If I haven’t made it clear yet, I love Fallout. Love it. I’m not as big a fan of Fallout 76 for a variety of reasons that don’t belong on this blog, but it
Following on the heels of my work designing the Antiquated Murgleis Focus, I churned the parts out on my Makergear M2 printer…
With the Murgleis suitably reinforced, the only thing left to do was paint…
After the Antiquated Murgleis sword and focus, I had a few commission requests for other weapons from Final Fantasy XIV. One of the more interesting ones was the ‘Malignant Moggle Mogaxe’ – try saying
Our Red Mage commission also involved fabricating a spell-casting offhand ‘orb’ or crystal. Much like every other part of this commission project, I vastly underestimated the amount of work that was going to be
I have a few thoughts about 3D printing. It is a fantastic way of producing items with engineered precision and intricate detail. It is also not always the silver bullet for every task. Our
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