The good thing with those projects is that it really involve a lot of different aspects, from 3D modeling to print, sanding and cleaning and finaly painting. I just realize that this combine almost all my passions together. Well, except maybe the sanding which is the boring part.
And you can see on the pict below that I maybe need to spend more time on that part as you can still see the printing layers on some parts of the Q9. This guy is almost finish and it was quite fun as I was doing all the paint brush parts tonight, I really had the impression that I was doing the same thing as on the bug one I did two years ago, same tricky parts but smaller.
One thing is sure, I'm getting older and my eyes are not as accurate as before when I was painting Donjons & Dragons figures.
I also just receive today the 3D print of Doublas M2, and he's looking pretty cool. On that one I've try to put the smallest wall thickness possible for this kind of print, something like 1mm and on this size it's maybe too thin. The model feels far more fragile than the Q9, so it's cheaper as price is calculated regarding the volume but it's a bit risky.
So, here's a pict with those two big guys, well not so big, but cool anyway.
And here's another one where you can see a bit the table with a plastic glass in the back to have an idea of size
Lots of stuff are happening lately, as each one is at a different stage but things are moving and it's good.
Oh, and I already posted this image on TBDX but it's good to have everything together at the same place, so here's an image of lots of Garadas, just wanted to play with it a bit and make an image of something you can only dream of, or use as a wallpaper like a good friend :))