The 3D printing community is full of fans who love to create. It’s a fantastic thing to be a part of it.
When Diablo IV was announced at Blizzcon this year, we got our first look at Lilith, the big bad of the game and, frankly, a masterpiece of computer design. Lilith has massive ram horns, leathery wings, and a stern, yet striking face. Of course, as soon as something as amazing as Lilith appears, the 3D printing community jumps into action to create physical forms of these digital masterpieces.
Some progress, and playing with lights because it’s fun 😀 pic.twitter.com/w1vK2f0dWE — Jukka Seppänen (@Kijaidesign) November 3, 2019 It’s incredible how quickly these artists can create these stunning works in programs like Blender — a free 3d creation tool — or Zbrush. I, too, have tried to create 3d models for print, and frankly, I suck, but artists like […]
The first 3D Printed Tactile Art collection by Ioan Florea is composed of interactive GLB digital files with...