I’m working on a new book
Using 3d software, milling, scanning and printing in art and craft.
At least that is what the book is called at this moment.
A single source for incorporating 3D printing, 3D scanning and 3D milling into your art.
Tra-digi 2014—Sculpture: How to use 3D printing, milling and scanning in art and craft
- Do you want a 3D model of your child for your computer? Here is how to do it for free.
- Do you want to take a virtual sculpture and make it into a 3D print in clay, metal or even glass? Here are the steps, tools and resources to do just that.
- Have you thought of carving your ideas into wood, or stone but you can’t hold a hammer and mallet?
- Do you want to take a small sculpture made by hand and enlarge it to a monumental piece of art?
- Would you like to have a digital scan of your surroundings?
With the steps in Tra-digi 2014-Sculpture you can expand your medium as an artist, save yourself time in the traditional bronze casting and enlarging process. This give you more time to create!
But beware, there are some pitfalls, some hurtles and legalities associated with using traditional and digital processes. Learn how to protect yourself and your art as you create new masterpieces that could never be created before.
Bridgette Mongeon is a sculptor, writer, illustrator and educator as well as a public speaker.
Her blog can be found at https://creativesculpture.com.
She is the vice chair of the planning committee for 3DCAMP Houston 2012 http://www.3dcamphouston.com
She is also the owner and creator of the God’s Word Collectible Sculpture series http://www.godsword.net
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