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    Zitat Zitat von Claudio Casini Beitrag anzeigen
    your directions are very useful ... I do not have a commercial goal,
    That`s good, it`s the ultimate freedom

    Zitat Zitat von Claudio Casini Beitrag anzeigen
    at the moment I'm studying 3D to sculpt miniatures, so these are models that sculpt for me as an exercise ...
    Aaaaaaah this explains the sharpness of the details. I`m not experianced in 3D sculpting and printing. That`s a pretty new topic for me (I made a break of 5 years in painting and missed this developement), but here at the forum there are a couple of members who also deal with 3D design and 3D printing. That´s an intresting matter.

    Zitat Zitat von Claudio Casini Beitrag anzeigen
    I've been a 2D illustrator for many years and I have a style masculine and mainly comics / cartoon for which I try to sculpt maintaining this style
    I see. Exaggeration and weird proportions belong to comic style of course. Now I understand your work better. I checked out your homepage in the meantime and actually I like all other sculpts by you more than this guy here

    I find Trap Jaw very intresting, because it is same style, like this guy above (brutal and heavy), but it is this little bit thinner like I meant. It`s cool. Partially very angular but combined with nice round shapes which makes an intresting stylistic opposite and contrast.
    Of course Hellboy is cool too, I loved the movies
    Scarecrow from Oz is really weird stuff, but I like that

    Nice dynamic pose, but I wonder if the thickness of the details is intentionally designed or if it is caused simply by the 3D printing? As said: A bit finer would match my personal taste better, but I have no idea of 3D printing, maybe it is not possible to print it thinner/more fine (???) The skirt of the scarecrow for example is very thick, but it is fabric and should be thin, I hope you understand what I mean. It is just that certain details look unnaturally thick and the question is: Intention or accident (caused by 3D printing)?

    Lord of Demons is actually my taste (surprise, surprise lol), I painted something similar from Reaper Miniatures and I especially like the head and his face, but I would love to see larger pictures of the head.

    Lion of Oz: Great one. Very majestic. I love his superior pose. Matches the character of this figure very well. Nice details too.

    .....and so on..haha. Means: You have posted the one sculpt I like the least from your sculpting output haha.

    Well, intresting work, hope to see you posting here again
    Mystic Crock - Addicted
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    some thicknesses are in use not only in the printing but also in the production of resin ... it is said that there are not even minor thicknesses but just because the variables are really many ... the demon lord is not my sculpture, as I have said for work designing miniatures in 2D and I do the illustrations, so some projects are made by other sculptors, my sculptures will post them as I do them and that I update my profiles.
    jaw trap also is a magician tin man conversion kit XD
    on web

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    Thanks for the further information
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