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Steampunk 3d artists wanted [message #334192] Tue, 13 December 2016 15:56
Prof Starhawk is currently offline  Prof Starhawk
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I am looking for other steampunk artists interested in helping me design 3d models to print on my 3d printer.steampunk props like Rayguns, blunderbuss, wrist bands, bracers, gears, goggles, mechanical hands and arms, masks and Steampunk VR goggles,  ornaments for decorating items and Garb. etc. i have a 3d printer that can print 8x8x8 volume. larger items can me made in segments and assembled after printing. i have 0ver 25 spools of filament in 20+ colors. 

i want to design and build steampunk Zeppelins, airships and other mechanical devices. some items can be printed in plastic then use that to make molds to cast in metal or ceramic, etc. 

i want to build a steampunk airship based on the airship school in the parasols and petticoats steampunk series. it would consist of several zeppelin type airframes combined into a larger framework. total dimensions when finished would be 30 inches wide and up to 6 feet long. but i need someone with knowledge on how to use modern 3d modeling software to help me convert my ideas into 3d for printing. 

if interested contact Roy at 669-222-0047 or

images are just sample ideas of what can be made. 

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