This week’s selection is “Creating Lifelike Figures in Polymer Clay: Tools and Techniques for Sculpting Realistic Figures” by Katherine Dewey.
I’m trying out something called “SculptGL”, an online 3D sculpting tool.
Get your sculpt brushes and buckets of inspiration ready. Today, Pixologic introduced ZBrushCoreMini, a free entry-level version of its ZBrushCore and ZBrush software designed to help people get started with digital sculpting.
The Yeehaw Wand at first glance might seem like yet another “3D printing pen”, but it’s nothing of the sort.
This week’s selection is the well designed 3D sculpture of actor Benedict Cumberbatch by 3D Geppetto.
CX5, a sculptable 3D printer filament, appears to have surpassed their launch goals and will become a product.
A new style of 3D printer filament is being developed by Adam Beane Industries that will enable you to post-process your print by sculpting.
We managed to get our hands on a Geomagic Touch Haptic Device and found it provides a surprising experience.
Belgian sculptor Nick Ervnick has been working with Materialise to print several of his works for exhibition. One of his sculptures is featured in Tongeren, Belgium’s town centre, right in front of the Gallo-Romeins Museum, “one of the most important archaeological museums in Europe”. That’s not all. Ervnick’s works are being shown in… Continue reading Nick Ervnick’s Sculptures
Laura West is a sculpture artist based in California. You may have heard of her successful work collaborating with the folks at the University of Washington on formulating a way to 3D print molds for metalcasting. But in addition to the lab work, Laura is also an amazing artist, who is currently running an… Continue reading Additive Memories
Two years ago we wrote on Contour Crafting’s experiments with building-sized 3D printing, in which they were designing a house-sized 3D printer assembly to extrude concrete into shapes suspiciously resembling buildings. The concept is almost unbelievable, where you could erect most of a house at the push of a button (and a few deliveries of… Continue reading Design-Worthy Cement Printing
The Singularity Hub reports on an exhibition taking place at the M Museum in Leuven, Belgium, where the Parallellipipeda Project attempts to leverage the Parallelepiped geometric shape. Amazing sculptures, plates, light fixtures and even furniture are being shown until 25 April. They’ve even included a 3D scanning booth, courtesy of EyeTronics, in which you… Continue reading The Parallellipipeda Exhibition
We think it will. And so do some of the participants discussing the idea at CGSociety.org, the Society of Digital Artists. A recent forum post by RobertoOrtiz, Forum Leader, asks: I been wondering lately if the advent of cheap 3d scanners and advanced tools to handle scanned 3d data will allow for a renaissance of… Continue reading 3D Printing Replaces Sculpting?