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I'm new to 3D sculpting, and want more practice. If you want a custom design just let me know! I want more practice working in a commission like setting. I would appreciate tips of course, but I'd be doing this completely for free as I'm still learning. Please message me if you would like a custom D&D miniature!
I have uploaded my Coautl and Peryton to the group to give an idea of what I have sculpted so far.
Thanks so much for your time!
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I've been thinking about this for a while. It's one of the main reasons I got a 3D Printer. I think rather than just haphazardly designing new mini's we might want to take a more modular approach, something like https://www.heroforge.com except that it spits out an STL rather than making you order through Shapeways.
It shouldn't be hard to come up with a base "figure" that is modifiable for height, weight, etc. Then add the modular components, hair, clothing, weapons and accessories, etc. We should even be able to come up with a way of doing faces that are different.
My thought was if we can find an open-source 3D modelling component that does a figure builder like many games have we may be able to use much of it and then have it churn out a model file.