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An original digital artwork by Andrzej Kuziola, made real by me @ formwurx, printed on a form1+, airbrushed and handpainted.

<p>Wow, this is some impressive work!</p><p>I'd love to learn about how you modeled this, and about your finishing and painting techniques. For instance, how do you get rid of the print lines that typically show up in 3D printed sculptures like this?</p><p>Beautiful stuff! :)</p>
<p>Hi<br><br>Thanks for your +ive comments, as I mentioned, the model was created by Andrzej Kuziola, I just made it print ready and then did the print and post production. The print has minimal lines as I use a form1+ and printed at 0.05mm - some minor sanding and several coats of airbrushed paint hide any other blemishes. I use acrylic paints and inks, which I airbrush and hand brush, as well as using rub n' buff for the final metallic effect, lastly a matt varnish for the base and a satin varnish for the figure.</p>

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