08 October 2014

Time fades away...

Well, I didn't post anything so long time. In june I was busy with my graduation, and after this I was tired and so lazy, and I didnt want to make anything about 3d models or papercrafts. Last thing I made in june was new Jackson King V model for Mustaine, and is's almost textured.

Another thing is that I've finished at ~2/3 instructions for Geralt of Rivia, hope someday I'll finish it fully :D
I also wanted to show you some photos of my finished diploma work. I remind you that it was a figure of Dave Mustaine of porcelain. Finally, I've made three ones: a glazed one, another one without glaze and a bisquit one. Furthermore, a glazed figure was supplemented with strings on guitar. All three figures came out completely different, but this is old good Mustaine in any case)

As for some new anime papercrafts - maybe sometime in the future when inspiration comes ;)

14 May 2014

Symphony of Porcelain

At the moment I've almost finished Mustaine model, and soon I'll unfold it. Also I've finished sculpting first porcelain figurine. "First" means that I'll make another one, and I hope it will come out even better than previous.

P.S. Hope you are still with me ;)

26 April 2014

Still Alive... and Well?

I've used this Mustaine's quote no accident. Now I'm working on my graduation project, and it will be... a porcelain figurine. But I will use a non-standart technology, figurine will be assembled from flat parts just like my papercrafts. Some parts (face, hands, etc.) will be squeezed into silicone forms. I'll also make a paper model.
WIP render:

I've also placed some of my papercrats at new exposition in our university. As you could notice, Geralt is finished, and it's only left to finish instructions, but I'm not sure when I'll make it...

03 January 2014

Happy 2014

And another thing. Do you remember him? :D

28 December 2013

One more cute Miku

Today I've finished this cute papercraft by SSN, it's called Racing Miku 2012. Link is available at the author's page: http://seisakudiary.seesaa.net/article/355454735.html
There are no instructions ("prototype" model) so it's not very easy to assemble it sometimes. However, there's nothing very special. As always I scaled it down to 76% size.
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