February 12th, 2015
Love is in the air... We can already hear the champagne glasses clanking and chocolate wrappings disappearing into PJ's pockets. Maybe 3D printed gift is an idea worth trying this year? The winners of our Valentine's challenge have shown us that a printed gift can be just as exciting as a blind date. Well done, everyone and thanks for boosting the romance!
December 8th, 2014
Posted on Dec 8, 2014 by Juste Semetaite
Do you know what we find really disturbing? A lack of holiday spirit. Common, let those bells jingle. This year we are ready to confess we have the OCD (Obsessive Christmas Disorder). If you want to make this year's holiday a lot more special, take a few moments to run through these 3D printable Christmas ideas and join us in celebrating to the fullest.
November 24th, 2014
Christmas shopping frenzy has begun, but no need to panic yet - we have some tempting gift ideas for you. Since the Holiday Gift Challenge that we ran in partnership with 3D printing service experts at iMaterialise has closed, we encourage you to add these beautiful winning 3D models to your Christmas shopping list and save yourself the headache. We'd like to thank all the participants for their time and effort. Don't worry if you haven't succeeded this time - we have a number of thrilling new challenges coming up in the nearest future. Follow our news to hear about them the minute they're announced!
November 17th, 2014
John Hoagland also known as Vanishingpoint is a CG artist from the US, who started making models in the 80s. John was always into drawing and sketching, but he could never draw a human, hence chose to become a programmer. He is self-taught, but the first one to make X-Wing Fighter, B-Wing Fighter, AT-AT, and other Star Wars vehicles that were fully rigged for the use in Poser. Currently he is focusing on vehicles and buildings, but still finds Toy Story to be his favorite movie ever.
November 10th, 2014
Xavier Dabrowski is a French stone carver, who began making 3D models as a hobby. He truly believes that nothing is impossible to design. Though he makes 3D models of sculptures, buildings, horses, movie characters, he genuinely enjoys designing pinups.
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