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richard2812

My first print of a mine 3d creature for a game.

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Hi Everybody!

I'm new on the ulimaker world, this my fist print with a my brand new Ultimaker kit. The model was created with Zbrush and sliced with cura at low quality preset.

 

I hope you will like it. You can find a topic in http://forums.toucharcade.com/showthread.php?p=2951445#post2951445 where i explain my project.

Kind Regards,

Riccardo Aversa

 

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firstly welcome to the wonderful happy land of ultimaker !!!

Ian :-)

secondly... holy bananas batman !!! WOW !!! fantastic print to get you started into ultimaking...

congradulations !!

can you post one or two photos of your amazing print here please.

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/467-post-your-latest-print/page-32

Ian :-)

 

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Hi Ian,

nice to meet you and thanks a lot :) Yes I'll upload some pictures tomorrow, because the camera is in the bedroom and my wife is sleeping, eheheheh. One question, do you have some suggestion for polishing the model, like sandpaper or stuff like that? If sand paper what grade, I'm more a "virtual sculptor" than a traditional one than i don't have a big experience on hardware stuff.

Kind Regards,

Riccardo

 

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