3D Printed Cosplay

Most Awesome 3D Printed Cosplay

 

I found our discussion on cosplay during the final crit to be quite funny.

Here’s an awesome example of how 3D Printing, and lots of blood, sweat, and tears can be used to make a really incredible sculpture. I mean cosplay.

 

3D Printed Spires

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Modeled from a 3D scan of clay spires, then inserted into Rhino and multiplied. Printed with ABS plastic.

Mythica

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CNC Routed mold, which was used to cast horns out of polyester casting resin.

Mold Making – Blue Bath Performance

Aisha Tandiwe Bell’s Blue Bath

 

kenyaworkspace.blogspot.com/2010/04/bath-in-bucket.html#links

superhueman.com/artwork/1026686_blue_bath.html

 

A performance with multiple casts of the figure and her face.

Spikes

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Faux Rocks

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Mold Making – “Dancers”

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The Locked Locks

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Casting Example

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www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/unilever-series-rachel-whiteread-embankment/rachel-whiteread

 

 

She created an instillation using casts of boxes in translucent polyethylene

Mold-Making Artist

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Mold Making: Sonya Vasquez Wax Artist

Sonya Vasquez is an artist that makes wax figures of real people.  She works with the Wax Museum to amaze replicas of famous people.  She begins by taking a mold of the person.  She takes different molds of each part of the body.  She then fills in the molds with wax.  She pays such close attention to detail, and the figures look very life-like.

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