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Posted · Printing & Coloring a Terminator T-800 Skull with an airbrush (Timelapse)

Hey guys,

 

This video shows how I printed the classic Terminator T-800 Skull. I also decided to color it with my airbrush kit afterwards. Basically I used 3 paint coats (White base, silver, gun metal) and a darker gun metal for some of the details. It also was my first time working with the airbrush kit.

I also know that the print could have been better, but this was basically my 3rd print, including the Ultimaker Robot.

 

 

 

Best regards,

 

Alex

 

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    Posted · Printing & Coloring a Terminator T-800 Skull with an airbrush (Timelapse)

    That's pretty cool, I'm glad you decided to make more focused, shorter videos. :p

    You could probably slow down the print speed a little bit to obtain a better surface quality.

    For airbrushing, don't be afraid to shoot out more paint. To each their own but usually the index finger on the airbrush trigger offers a little bit more fine control rather than the thumb. You should also consider printing an overspray background holder so you don't get your wall painted. :p

     

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    Posted · Printing & Coloring a Terminator T-800 Skull with an airbrush (Timelapse)

    Cool... love seeing terminator stuff. Not a massive fan of these poor quality models found online though, i`m still waiting for Braddock to finish his model :) Cmon Braddo !

     

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