Red Hood is one of my favorite DC characters and in this video I’ll show you how I printed, sanded and painted this dynamic model. Finishing and painting 3D resin prints really take them to the next level and in this video I’ll show you the techniques I use to make this model look awesome.
Category Archives: 3D Printed Figures
3D Printed Figures are very popular in the 3D printing world. Figures range from articulated action figures to statues. Some of the most popular figures that are being printed to are those used in role-playing games. Some of the most popular figures are printed to be used in Dungeons and Dragons. These figures can be found on many of the free and pay sites that allow you to download STL files. One of the most popular sites is thingaverse.com. There you can download hundreds of figures of any character you can think of. There are some challenges in printing figures, especially miniatures used in role playing games. If you are using a standard FDM printer you may not get the detail you need. SLA printers are perfect for small figures like this because of the amazing detail they can print. 3D Printed Figures are very fun to print.
This file is based on the Shakespeare bust that Bruce Wayne used to unlock the bookcase in Wayne Manor in the classic 1966 TV series. When printed this is a life-size Shakespeare Bust.
If printed full size the Batman Shakespeare Bust measures 15-inches tall x 11-inches wide x 9-inches deep.It does not come with any of the electronics.
In this video I build the creepiest doll in movies, Annabelle, from the Conjuring movies! The head, shoulders and hands were all printed on my Peopoly 3D resin printer but the rest had to be sources and created. This was a really fun build.
Painting this 3d resin printed Groot statue was really fun. It was simple, but packed a lot of detail. Finishing 3d resin prints is always so much fun. And printing this as a 3D resin print shows all the amazing detail from the modeler.