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Glyos Spooky

Salamander Girl

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Made this one a few years ago, but recently gave her a better paint job. She is made with an Outer Space Men Alpha 7 figure, various glyos bits, and a 3D printed head of my own design.

Also, the paint job looks alot better to the naked eye. This figure is only two inches tall and my camera picks up EVERYTHING.

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female 497,198, bat 17,987, glyos 78, custom toy 33, outer space men 12
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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 3 years ago
Rating: General

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terrymouse
3 years ago
So, wait, that's a 3D printed head?  Cool!  I didn't know they'd look like that up close, though; I thought 3D printers used smoother plastic than that.
Mote
3 years ago
Depends on what material you use. If it's done with an extruder printer like on this piece, the stepping is kinda obvious. If it's done with a stereolithograph printer, it's smoother.
terrymouse
3 years ago
Ah, gotcha, then.  So this was still done on a 3D printer, but just with a different material type?
Mote
3 years ago
Well different printer type too. This one was made with an extruder printer. Basically it squirts plastic out in layers and usually stepping is obvious 99% of the time, though it can be minimized by using certain types of plastic.

If you want an example of a stereolithograph print, look at the head of the figure in my user pic. Basically stereolithograph shines a laser into a vat of light sensitive resin and stepping is pretty a non-issue. It's more expensive though.
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