MakerBot 'Famous Flyers'

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  1. Timothy J. Reynolds Timothy J. Reynolds

    I was fortunate enough to work with MakerBot last year on an illustration for their new model collection just announced last night at CES, 'Famous Flyers.'

    Can see full project here: http://bit.ly/1eF2YzG

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    3 months ago

  2. Cesar Zeppini Cesar Zeppini

    Can I play GTA, but in YOUR scenes?

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    3 months ago

  3. Josh White Josh White

    Whoa, I'm into the vibrancy that went into this.

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    3 months ago

  4. Bram Zwinnen [ZWAM] Bram Zwinnen [ZWAM]

    So fly!

    3 months ago

  5. Stuart Wade Stuart Wade

    Cool client! You work a printer into the contract!?

    3 months ago

  6. Timothy J. Reynolds Timothy J. Reynolds

    @Stuart Wade Thought about it. Maybe next time. [I had just gotten my Form1 and didn't really want to bring the subject up. :)]

    3 months ago

  7. ThisIsUI ThisIsUI

    Your style is completly awesome. @Cesar Zeppini I feel like Trevor is delivering weapon with this plane :D

    3 months ago

  8. Trevor Van Meter Trevor Van Meter

    Awesome. 3d printing seems to be the future of collectables. Do you know how much clean up they have to do after printing?

    3 months ago

  9. M Parsons M Parsons

    Rad dude! I love that the Tarmac markings are planes. Way nicer than a map would look considering your style.

    3 months ago

  10. suskey suskey

    Hello, idol

    3 months ago

  11. Caroline Hadilaksono Caroline Hadilaksono

    @Timothy J. Reynolds haha I love those guys! Hmm... did you also get to design the actual 3D airplane pieces as well? You'd be really good at that, your work lends itself to 3D printing.

    3 months ago

  12. Fabio Benedetti Fabio Benedetti

    3 months ago

  13. Timothy J. Reynolds Timothy J. Reynolds

    Thanks a lot, everyone!
    @Trevor Van Meter No clue.
    @Caroline Hadilaksono There's a disclaimer at the top of the project. They supplied the plane models they needed to use and I just manipulated the polygons so they "fit in" with the rest of the illo. :)

    3 months ago

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