This 3D artist makes game characters come to life We have been working with 3D artist, Scott McLellan, who recently approached us for assistance with printing his designs. First and foremost, Scott is a character modeller. But he also produces game assets for Solus.
What do cave paintings and 3d printer designs have in common? The fact that humans have always had the urge to create and express themselves. Today, we still have the opportunity to be artistic – but there has been increasing concern that creativity is being diminished under the strain of delivering curriculum-driven results.
The “Touching the Prado” exhibition has demonstrated yet another way that 3d printing in arts and culture can improve the world on a deeply moving human level. In order to give blind and visually impaired people a realistic sense of the paintings, 3D printing in the Prado has reproduced five of their most famous paintings.
Hardly a week goes by without news of some new musical development reaching our ears – the latest being the “revamped” 3d violin. And having contributed to the musical success of a 3d printing video or two, we thought Jazz Appreciation Month would be a great time to explore how the music world and 3D printing are likely to marry over the coming years.
When we first met local Glasgow band Crash Club they asked us if we could print a tree for their 3D music video. Why? Well, let’s just say that it involves a future imagining of a 3D printed utopia! So who are Crash Club?