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  1. Hey, I'm open for freelancing. It's few months later, but I see this thread pinned still, so I'm submitting. I use (and teach) Blender, I can do cad, hardsurface and softbody. I've got solid background in analog drawing and sculpting, but switched to digital tools 3 years ago. I'm 3d printing stuff at a local hackerspace using Lulzbot AO-101 and Prime 3d for over a year now, mostly mechanical designs. As for portfolio: Blender Artists threads here: http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?310680-BlenderCookie-Robot-Contest-WIP-thread http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?3
  2. Sorry for twopost, but to have everything in one message, here are the forum links to my submissions: The spoolholder: http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/8880-ultimaker-hero-design-contest/page-3&do=findComment&comment=87925 High hat or Set of Buildings: http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/8880-ultimaker-hero-design-contest/page-4&do=findComment&comment=87969 Wheels for sticks: http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/8880-ultimaker-hero-design-contest/page-4&do=findComment&comment=88276
  3. Motive systems I decided to expand the concept of 'stick wheels'a little further. Since kids in preschools perform a lot of works using pre-made elements, manufactured mostly through 2d printing methods (they enable kids to build precise motoric skills and hand-eye coordination as they do a lot of cutting, painting, assembling things, etc), I decided to design the elements in a way that can be incorporated in the teaching process. Below elements can be glued to models using ordinary non-toxic glue used in preschools in wholesale quantities. (I think it's vinyl-based. Water soluble until dr
  4. YES :mrgreen: Sorry, I had to XD This is almost like looting outdated patents :rolleyes: Is the deadline today midnight, or tomorrow?
  5. The High Hat or A Set of Buildings This is intended as an alternate concept for the high hat image, that accentuates Ultimaker 2 Extended's capability to print large things. It can also be used as a variation on the Set of Buildings image. It's a city/building that folds out telescopically several times it's height and locks into place. I've chosen a building, because high volume 3d printers are preferred by architects for visualizing their designs. The design is simplified to display mechanism of action. When executed properly, it shouldn't show borders between modules. A variant desc
  6. The spoolholder. Rough sketches, as per request. Around 30 min per image/model. Rod is supported by a character, or two characters. Allows for a narrative through dynamic poses and interaction between characters and the spools. Optionally, the characters can lead the filament out of the spool through interaction (notice the spaghetti dragon ) more images in album software used is Blender and Krita
  7. Well, this is a good occasion to stop lurking. I'm eyeing Ultimaker affectionately from across Germany for quite some time now, and won't pass up on such a contest I think this is purposeful, sketches are required from us at this stage. I'm working on mine for a few days now. I think there's gonna be a flood of submissions towards the end, the thread has over 2.5K views. It's usually like that. Hey, I was worried a bit about that initial plot. All those sad critters, working on multi-axis CNCs and automated lathes... Brilliant work, this is going to be hard to match! Looks like
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