painting and wargaming with 20mm or 1:72 scale miniatures
Awesome. I love what you are doing with CAD. I had a lot of jewelry major friends in art school who would design cool stuff with that program. It's fun to see it used for our hobby. Was this tank your own design? Could you sell these things? It's a great little model.
fantastic use of 3D printing! Is this the shape oif things to come? I sure hope so!
Andrew, yes it is my own design, offcourse heavely influenced by Games Workshop's steamtank. I could make it available to buy at the shapeways site (opening my own shop) but it is quite expensive at the moment (about $70 for the 3 parts). Maybe it can be made cheaper if I hollow out the model some more (less material). let me now if you are interested.
That price would be prohibitive. Still, it's a super cool project. You should do dome 1/72 pulp steam tanks too!
looks goodBut not in my Price rangein being that something good looking and very interesting. But not in the scope of my Modelling or Wargaming.But makes you think maybe???
the price is a little bit stiff, but because it is my own design, and a little experiment I think it was worth it... (for me that is)...
I have access to a 3-D printer. Do you think I could get a copy of those plans for the Steam Tank?
don't know about charing the model. it was alot of work creating it. perhaps if you promise to use it for personel use only...no commercial copy's (and perhapsacopy for me?)jack
don't know why, but it looks like was made from a piece of soap))) don't you find it simile??