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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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KODAK EASYSHARE C713 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
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Scratch TF hands V3 by Sabrigami Scratch TF hands V3 by Sabrigami
Yay another update! Sorry it's been so long since the last one, the parts I needed had problems getting to me so it took a long time. Just thought I would take a wip shot. Please note that the fingers are not done, I just put everything together so you can see the general idea. Still a lot of tweaking to do but I'm hitting the final stretch now.

Next up is actually casting these with resin. I hope to do that this weekend. Once that is done I can begin fixing and detailing and get much closer to a finished product.
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wulongti Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nicely done!  What are these going to be for?
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Sabrigami Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013
Well, they were going to be fully articulated hands for deluxe sized Transformers.  This project has been on hold for a while now.  Especially since you can buy the proper sized hands for about $8.  I have been brainstorming much simpler versions.  Not as articulated but more easily made.  Perhaps using polymer clay and magnets.  

Anywho, thanks for looking :)  I hope you'll check back every now and then.  I hope to have some kreo customs and maybe some new hand prototypes in the future.
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wulongti Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
awesome :)

You should try your hand at modeling some stuff up in sketchup.  You might be surprised once you get started ^__^

then you can start designing stuff to go into a shapeways shop of your own :D
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Sabrigami Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2013
I actually do most of my planning in sketchup.  I haven't really gotten a good grip on the 3d side of it though.  I have thought about doing what you do though.  The thing that stops me is I really don't like relying on third parties when doing my hobbies.  I want everything yesterday and it sucks waiting on things when you're ready to move on today.   adding shipping costs the mix really adds up too :(  It could happen one day.
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wulongti Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah.. waiting on shapeways to print and ship my stuff is a pain...

Hence the fund raiser to get my own printer.. :XD:
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Sabrigami Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2013
That would be best. when are you thinking on getting it?  I guess the fund raiser is over now?

 the new disposal print is looking sweet btw.
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wulongti Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The "end" was self imposed based on the ordering timeframe for the printer I was looking at (the DeskPro3D) though the guy from Stagwolf Garage Kits is turning me around to get the Form 1 printer that he has.. it's outputting some really nice detail stuff.  It's just material property issues that we're dealing with.

Thanks! I'm hoping to get the final prototype print in had in a week or two.  Then I'll take some pics and show how it differs from the previous versions I've shown you guys ^__^
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