In the previous post i showed the 3D drawings of the designer toy concept. In this post you can see the 3D printed prototype. More posts about 3D printing can be found here on the website. The challenge this time was about precision, making sure the separate parts fit together not only “on paper” but also when printed in 3D. Printing done by i-materialse.
A model that is designed to be assembled, a complete hollow model provided with wall thickness.
In 3D printing, wall thickness can either provide you with a strong solid surface, or with a flexible and expandable surface.
- Adobe After Effects
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe illustrator
- Maxon Cinema4D
That night TomyTones dreams of distant islands…
One day, browsing the web, i stumbled upon an image that brings you back to the era of the steam engine, the train on the picture is “the Coronation Scott’.
The train was the starting point for these illustrations.
The image dimension above is in the iPhone format. The images below are in the Panavision format, i love the Panavision format, though it only seems to work on a big screen, on the web it’s rather unclear and small (unless full screen).