I’ve loved Alabama ever since I got her about 7 years ago. However, she has always seemed too large to be a truly 1:6 scale kid to me. Also, while I love her headsculpt, her porcelain lower limbs and wired armature really limited her poseability. I finally transferred her head onto an action figure body to general success. Continue reading Alabama’s body swap for greater realism and poseability
In other 1:6 scale 3D printing news, I present, straight out of Sculptris, THE TIMELESS KID! Yes, folks, brought to you by six mediocre screencaps and hours of collaboration with @natalunasans, it’s my 1:6 scale headsculpt of the Timeless Child, as played by an adorable little kid whose name I do not know. She’s ready to print, but I haven’t yet done a test print.
Yes, I’m aware that the mesh is a little fucked up around the outside bottom edges of her nostrils. No, I don’t care. This was my first time sculpting with this mesh [Dodger’s free and wonderful Elizabeth 2 figure], and I’m officially done with my first effort. Any mesh fuckery will be dealt with by sandpaper.Continue reading 3D printing in 1:6 scale: Straight out of Sculptris, it’s…the Timeless Kid!
It’s been a bit since I last posted about my tests in 3D printing 1:6 scale action figure heads. Here’s the latest on the Spymaster and Missy. Continue reading Updated adventures in 3D printing 1:6 scale action figure heads: the Spymaster and Missy!
Recently, inspired by @natalunasans’ use of large plastic vehicle toys for toddlers, I decided to try my hand at a 1:6 scale power wheelchair YET AGAIN.
Continue reading Attempt 4 million and 6 at a 1:6 scale power wheelchair