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#31 [en] 

You are welcome :)

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#32 [en] 

Added:
Ragus
Mektoub - Keeping this one in scale really made its cost go up O.o
and I'm still working on the kitin for the most part but most are up without textures.

Last edited by Ruwai (4 years ago)

#33 [en] 

Psykopla Added

#34 [en] 

Just completed a Custom Character 3D print and I'm going to see if I can get a Vorax 3D FIgurine completed!

#35 [en] 

A question: Could the un-colored ones be painted with standard model-painting acrylic or oil-based enamels? Since I don't know the material they're made out of, I'm asking. If so, then people could paint their own Kipeeketh.

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Remembering Tyneetryk
Phaedreas Tears - 13 years old and first(*) of true neutral guilds in Atys.
(*) This statement is contested, but we are certainly the longest lasting.
<clowns | me & you | jokers>

#36 Multilingual 

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Bitttymacod (atys)
A question: Could the un-colored ones be painted with standard model-painting acrylic or oil-based enamels? Since I don't know the material they're made out of, I'm asking. If so, then people could paint their own Kipeeketh.

All materials are listed here: http://www.shapeways.com/materials/?li=t_menu and you can select the exact material on top of the product (at least that was the case for the Yubo I've had a look at)

But since all the materials mentioned are plastic of some kind any paint that's not aggressive (no solvent/thinner involved) should work well if it stays on plastic.
I've seen lots of explanations on how to get acrylic paint to stick on plastic (clean very well, mix paint with glue, ...) This description sounded the most promising to me: http://www.3dprintingera.com/painting-3d-prints-pla-nylon/

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#37 [en] 

Hiya bitty, jarnys answered it well but White Strong and Flexible and the Frosted Detail (Ultra)are the recommended materials for painting. Each one has its own characteristics, one of those is that frosted detail plastics are VERY expensive unless hollowed out. I personal haven't tried painting them but I have two old swords and a small spaceship. My only complaint with strong and flexible plastics is they always have plastic powder residue on them. While many use them for bracelets/earrrings/and many other things I'm still hesitant how I work with it.

Sandstone/Metails/Detail Plastics are my favorite materials for figurines but each one has its own limitations and expenses. On that note as far as I know no one has tried to manually paint a regular Sandstone figurine so I can't be sure of the outcome(my quick search didn't result in any good info).

Once I can get the normal (alphaless) textures I'll be able to fix that with many of the Figurines. With that in mind I will hopefully be able to fix it soon.

#38 [en] 

Hey everyone! Been working on a Karavan(Female) and Vorax figurine while I try to survive my Legal Schoolwork. Unfortunately though I'm unable to make a Full Color Sandstone figurine because the textures are faded beyond recognition. While I can't remake the Karavan or Vorax in all their glory I can make it resemble a statue!

I haven't posted in awhile so I thought I would update everyone.
Something I almost forgot to mention is I'm slowly working on getting homins available.

#39 [en] 

Hey everyone, shapeways.com has a discount going on!
Here is the code: Use code THANKYOU10 by April 23(They extended it by 3 days) for 10% off your order.
This code is valid once per customer.
Enjoy

Edited 2 times | Last edited by Ruwai (3 years ago) | Reason: Updated the expiration date on the discount code

#40 [en] 

Doing a test run on a a new type of Figurine which are made to about the size of "Yubo(Small and Hollow)". This decrease in size brings the price to about the same of mentioned yubo but with a slight change to look. The look of the new ones are stockier and MUCH smaller but much more affordable. After the 6 figurines arrive that I'm doing a test run on this post will be updated with some photos so you can see them.

Should have 6 of the new "Mini Sandstone" Figurines by the first week of May. My only concern about these new smaller figurines is that the textures may not come out as well. But only time will tell now, thanks for dropping by and Happy Hunting/Browsing!

(P.S. If you are here checking on the status of the Karavan/Vorax Figurine both have Texture problems. Until I can find a fix the Karavan figurine will need alot of manual detailing. Here is a link to the Karavan(Female) : http://shpws.me/H3R3
The Vorax just needs to have teeth made and then it'll be "Ok" but far from desirable. Here is a link : http://shpws.me/F8NM

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#41 [en] 

Today has been a good day! The 6 Mini Sandstone figurines I ordered arrived and I'll be taking pictures tomorrow. I'll see if I can throw together some quick photos with my household equipment.

Overhead View
[IMG]http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah198/Kusoru/IMG_1040_zp sddfanhtq.jpg[/IMG]

3/4th View(Edited out some of my clutter)
[IMG]http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah198/Kusoru/IMG_1042v2_ zpswapcaocv.jpg[/IMG]

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#42 [en] 

Nice ! :)

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#43 [en] 

The bodoc and the bawaab are awesome!

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Remembering Tyneetryk
Phaedreas Tears - 13 years old and first(*) of true neutral guilds in Atys.
(*) This statement is contested, but we are certainly the longest lasting.
<clowns | me & you | jokers>

#44 [en] 

Lol, its a Lumper not a bawaab :). Unfortunately the bawaab textures are messed up so I don't know when I can have that one made. But the lumper figurine does lack that Je ne sais quoi without the beard or ridges on its back. One thing I noticed about these prints is the blacks kind of blotted out detail in those areas. But the Z corp printers used to make them do have issues with Skin Tones so that might be the only cause.

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#45 [en] 

Ocyx - [IMG]http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah198/Kusoru/Mini%20Sand stone%20Figurines%20APR%2029/IMG_3176_zpsd1adfbgw.jpg[/IMG]

Bodoc - [IMG]http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah198/Kusoru/Mini%20Sand stone%20Figurines%20APR%2029/IMG_3173_zpsyfqczrkj.jpg[/IMG]

Lumper - [IMG]http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah198/Kusoru/Mini%20Sand stone%20Figurines%20APR%2029/IMG_3165_zpsefr1dwac.jpg[/IMG]

Ragus - [IMG]http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah198/Kusoru/Mini%20Sand stone%20Figurines%20APR%2029/IMG_3162_zpspesobeuv.jpg[/IMG]

Mektoub - [IMG]http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah198/Kusoru/Mini%20Sand stone%20Figurines%20APR%2029/IMG_3168_zpsrz0rg2h1.jpg[/IMG]

Psykopla - [IMG]http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah198/Kusoru/Mini%20Sand stone%20Figurines%20APR%2029/IMG_3167_zpsqyhe5fgz.jpg[/IMG]

All of them in my hand - [IMG]http://i1380.photobucket.com/albums/ah198/Kusoru/Mini%20Sand stone%20Figurines%20APR%2029/IMG_3184_zpswdvp8s5l.jpg[/IMG]

Edited 2 times | Last edited by Ruwai (3 years ago)

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