Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas figures prominently into my fall and Halloween decorations. The stop-motion film is full of beautiful imagery and characters with wacky and creative designs. That makes it a good inspiration for both decor and cosplay. YouTube user Neomek decided to bring Dr. Finkelstein to life using 3D printing. The project to build the creepy antagonist took place over a few days, and this video captures the highlights. They used 3D scanning on a kid first in order to get all the necessary sizes and once the data was merged and cleaned, they digitally sculpted Finkelstein’s distinct head onto the scan. Take a look:
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