I need a 1:12 scale doll for a project, so was going to experiment with scaling down one of the larger gals from Thingiverse (haven't made my mind up which one just yet) but wanted to ask if I should increase the infill from what I do on larger prints to make the smaller version sturdier? My brain kinda sorta says yes, but I've also been staring at myself trapped at home for too long and might be off my rocker a bit.
I finally finished my newest art doll and wanted to share. She's made in the style of a porcelain doll. This is a small doll, it is a Polaris doll(with some limb mods) printed at half size.
3/3/2020: Finished another doll. This one is an insect type using my mods for the limbs and body.
3/19/2020: Added two more dolls. One was experimental for trying out a new finishing process with pastels+Mr SuperClear+varnish and the other was a fan-doll of Mr Crow from the Cube Escape games(http://www.cubeescape.com/).
4/27/2020: added a group photo of all the dolls I've printed so far, including the newest one.
Hi guys, I started creating a boy based on https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2996049 and https://www.thingiverse.com/thinghaps184441. But in the end I changed the whole geometry. I am doing work for this doll and want to show you the WIP of this work. In the photographs you can see the prototype 1/6 version and the “error box” (this is a box with various types of connections) and the first step with a 1/3 file size
I want to print some dolls for sale, i was hoping to get something that resembles Dollfie dolls, so in the anime style.
I'm completely new to BJD so im not sure how compatible different bodies are with different heads and hands/feet.
I have had little luck finding much anywhere other then thingiverse, so im not sure where else is a good source of STL files.
I am also happy to pay for a model as well, as long as i can sell prints, the price is not prohibitive, and its in the style i am after.
failing all that, i may need to find a body i like, that's sale-able, and learn to make my own parts.