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TRIBUTE TO STAN LEE [1922 - 2018] !!!

by purakito Nov 14, 2018
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what 3D printing software did you use? I've been trying to find one that fits my needs and by the picture of the editing of this model (great model by the way) that it is exactly what I need. Thank you!

I use ZBrushCore and 3D-Coat.
You can see both of them in action in my Ghost Rider model in my YT Channel.

;D Cheers~~

Hi there~!
My main sculpting tools are ZbrushCore and 3D-Coat. Both of them is not that expensive and have a great toolset to sculpt.

(You can visit my Youtube Channel, there's the Ghost Rider model which I use both of them to model).

ZbrushCore is a lite version of ZBrush and it costs aprox $170 (The Pro versions costs aprox $800).
3D-Coat have 3 versions the entry level is $49, the mid is $99 and the Pro version is $399.

To make complex sculpting like head modeling like this one I use ZBCore because the brushes flows much better in the surface, feels like sculpting in clay.
3D-Coat have lot of more tools and can do much more but it demands more of the hardware it feels "heavy". I use 3D-coat almost 80% to make my models.

If you can I recommend to acquire both of them. Although they're very similar in the end one complements the other.
Well, to summarize, to organic shapes(Busts, heads, detailed stuff) I recommend ZBrushCore and for hardsurface (helmets, armor, clothing) I recommend 3D-Coat.

I hope it helped a little.


Do I need to put support on that Model? Thanks

Edited: Whats recommended setting for S3D? Thanks again!

Hi there~!
Supports are recommended 'cause as you can see there's some overhang points. But if you're using S3D you can minimize the use of supports using custom ones.
Well, settings... is very relative. Depends of your printer, materials, the quality x speed of print you want to achieve, etc.
If you want to minimize and optimize the use of supports you can use softwares like meshmixer(which is free) and split the model in some parts.
Good printings and Cheers~!! ;D

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Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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Thanks for the model. Be sure to print myself in memory. Thanks again!

se nos fue el más grande, te extrañaremos stan lee