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T-rex squelette


TITRE : T-rex squelette


PRIX : Gratuit

Update 7/6 - I have modeled the rough version of the spine, including the neck, back and ribs. I pushed past the limits that Sculptris will do in one model, so I started the spine in its own model. That won't hurt the final model however because I wanted to separate it into printable parts anyway. Like the other parts I have posted, I am posting the model here for show, but will be breaking it up into printable parts later after I have completed modeling the rest of the skeleton.


Update - I have added the pelvis, hip bone and I think its called Ilium? Again, these are rough versions of the bones that will likely be adjusted to scale some as the model progresses. Now on to the spine.
Update - I have completed the rough version of the legs. I will be adding more detail to them later.
When I saw the Makerbot Curriculum T-rex skull I was very impressed. Then I saw that they had the full printable skeleton and I actually said out loud "Awesome!!" as I stared wide eyed at the different pictures of it at the Makerbot Digital Store. I was ready to throw down my $15 and start printing until I saw a comment on the T-rex skull page that said the skeleton was in x3g file format???
Like may others I then went on a Google quest to find out what this strange file format was and how I could use it to print objects on my printer. After several hours of mining obscure forums and testing I stood defeated and crestfallen. I could not print their proprietary file format with my printer.
I decided to look upon this as an opportunity. I had been trying to decide what would be a good thing to design as my first real try with Sculptris and decided to call this inspiration instead. I am slowly working on designing a full T-rex skeleton to go with the excellent Curriculum Skull and make my T-rex printing dreams come true!
So far I have the two feet designed. Standing on the left foot and starting to lift the right foot. When I get the leg bones completed, I will design a mechanism to connect them, so please realize that these are a work in progress and the final versions will be different.
I will post updates as I add new files. The pictures are from Sculptris by the way. I will post pictures of prints as I create final versions.



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