Anonymous Asked
QuestionCool: 15.5 Cm tall. I started modeling mine in Blender as 13cm (i think) and settled on 20cm for her height at the last. But I had problems uploading the STL file. After upload, the preview window showed only one part of the doll (and really rough looking too with black areas). And it was incredibly tiny-er than I made it in Blender. Did you have problems uploading your design to Shapeways at first? Answer

I work in 3DS Max and export as an .obj. I’ve had a couple of files that I’ve had to re-upload, usually because of wall thickness. Sometimes their units don’t match up as well, I’ve had files that have the units set to millimetres which I’ve had to set as centimetres to get the right size - stuff like that.

They have a “print anyway” service now - which is fine for me because I hand finish the prototypes anyway.
If you are having issues like parts of the model not showing in previews  there are a whole variety of reasons that could be happening - but the first thing I’d check is that all the normals are facing outwards.

Currently he’s in pieces while I tidy up the printing artifacting and prime (and sand and sand), but I realised that I hadn’t posted this photo here, so here you go…

Anonymous Asked
QuestionHow tall is your doll, Chris? 8 cm? Answer

Chris is 15.5cm (just a hair over 6 inches) tall.

rraonerroa:

i made  some wigs for my 1 :12

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rraonerroa:

 I finally got a Twins from @garmonsway
they with brother
rraonerroa:

 I finally got a Twins from @garmonsway
they with brother
rraonerroa:

 I finally got a Twins from @garmonsway
they with brother
rraonerroa:

 I finally got a Twins from @garmonsway
they with brother

rraonerroa:

 I finally got a Twins from @garmonsway

they with brother

What’s that? “But can he stand on one foot?”, you ask?

Yes. What’s that? “But can he stand on one foot?”, you ask?

Yes. What’s that? “But can he stand on one foot?”, you ask?

Yes.

What’s that? “But can he stand on one foot?”, you ask?

Yes.

So, I reinforced him and put him together anD LOOK WHAT HE CAN DO

  1. Camera: Samsung GT-N8010
  2. Aperture: f/2.7
  3. Exposure: 1/14th
  4. Focal Length: 3mm
I had an unexpected visit from the courier at my Day Job this morning. He had remembered that I had had a couple of parcels redirected to the office, and stopped in here instead of home.
I am thrilled.
In order to keep my printing cost down, he is a very thin shell, so when I get him home I’ll be giving him a soapy bath to wash away the printing residue, then filling his internal cavities [eye brow waggle] to give him some strength before I test string him. I had an unexpected visit from the courier at my Day Job this morning. He had remembered that I had had a couple of parcels redirected to the office, and stopped in here instead of home.
I am thrilled.
In order to keep my printing cost down, he is a very thin shell, so when I get him home I’ll be giving him a soapy bath to wash away the printing residue, then filling his internal cavities [eye brow waggle] to give him some strength before I test string him. I had an unexpected visit from the courier at my Day Job this morning. He had remembered that I had had a couple of parcels redirected to the office, and stopped in here instead of home.
I am thrilled.
In order to keep my printing cost down, he is a very thin shell, so when I get him home I’ll be giving him a soapy bath to wash away the printing residue, then filling his internal cavities [eye brow waggle] to give him some strength before I test string him. I had an unexpected visit from the courier at my Day Job this morning. He had remembered that I had had a couple of parcels redirected to the office, and stopped in here instead of home.
I am thrilled.
In order to keep my printing cost down, he is a very thin shell, so when I get him home I’ll be giving him a soapy bath to wash away the printing residue, then filling his internal cavities [eye brow waggle] to give him some strength before I test string him.

I had an unexpected visit from the courier at my Day Job this morning. He had remembered that I had had a couple of parcels redirected to the office, and stopped in here instead of home.

I am thrilled.

In order to keep my printing cost down, he is a very thin shell, so when I get him home I’ll be giving him a soapy bath to wash away the printing residue, then filling his internal cavities [eye brow waggle] to give him some strength before I test string him.

his print is caught up in the post, and it doesn’t look like I’ll be getting him before the weekend.

his print is caught up in the post, and it doesn’t look like I’ll be getting him before the weekend.