Artist Stefanos Anagnostopoulos continues to create impressive 3D printing work. He designed and made an incredibly detailed, wearable Ant-Man helmet a few months ago, and his latest project is just as well done. It also happens to be quite scary. The mask depicts The Joker as seen in a Batman comic illustrated by Greg Capullo. Though The Joker’s face is actually skin, Anagnostopoulos’s design was 3D printed. He told 3DPrint.com he designed and sculpted the mask using Zbrush. It only took him two days to create the mask just like he wanted it. He said:
“I used some skin alphas from Zbrush to make the face a bit organic. When I reached the amount of details [I wanted] I remeshed the model so I could continue putting more details in by dividing it and editing more. I loved using the slash3 brush in Zbrush to make the skin look more wrinkly and stretched.”
When it came time to print the mask, he split it into six pieces. Total print time was 30 hours. Read more about building the scary-looking mask at 3DPrint.com.
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