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finished at last! 5 feet tall life size Miku 3D print from solomon262 design at 250 per cent over!
OMG You printed a 5 foot tall doll?! How long did it took? How much money did you spend? Wow!
Hi ... well 6 weeks to print all pcs on Creality CR10S at 250 percent oversize.
A massive project to learn how to finish and paint... I used XTC epoxy for the face, hands and thighs. Airbrush with Jacquard Tanned Leather for skin.
Eyes by Handmadeglasseyes.com Megan Petersen
Costume for Miku purchased second hand ebay
Shimakaze costume from Milanoo... just as the great disruption hit and it took 4 months!
Both costumes alterations by Patricia Roberts in Aurora
After great struggle I had to lock the knees and apply rubber matting to the hips to get them to stand. Now both freestanding for several days; I will let them stand as long as they want! Perhaps when the cons start up again I will offer them for sale.
What bed size you have!
OMG! This is amazing!
Thank you so much for sharing this project, it means a lot to me :D
Omg. How does it stand?
I locked the upper knee joint and applied moleskin to the hips. This one uses 3/16 paracord and it is really strong!
Then its a tricky matter of arranging the legs and lower torso to find balance.
i believe she can stand indefinitely.
O my gad. So it's still properly strung. I can't believe it. Amazing