…Here is a 3D print of my Popeye which I originally modeled 7 years ago. Hard to believe that it’s been 7 years. Anyways not quite finished with him I took a photo to see how he was looking and to help decide what more needs to be done to him and thought that I would share it with you.
I printed this on my Maker Bot which I bought recently at a charity event auction. I didn’t really expect to be able to get good printouts of my ZBrush models but I figured that it would be fun to play with. I must admit that I am surprised with what you can get with a printer of this price. Mind you I had to do a lot of cleanup,probably should have done more but , still for something in this price range not to shabby. Everything was printed except for the collar and the pipe stem. I’ll do a little more work on him and take some better photos.
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