TRON: Legacy User v2.0 [WIP]

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zomgjared

New Member
Hello programs!

The time has come for me to take my passion for Tron: Legacy to the second level. I previously made a fun build out of neoprene foam (below), but I'm ready to step up my game and go all out.

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I commissioned some 3D modeling work from the great skylu3Design. It turned out awesome and I definitely recommend his work if you are looking for some 3D modeling when you aren't as savvy with 3D design like me, lol. Below was the awesome result.

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He was able to split it up for me to 3D print over at shapeways. I received the 3D printed pieces yesterday and they are radical, as you can see!

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The next step will be to take these puppies and clean them up with sandpaper, bondo, and primer.

This is my first time taking on a project of this size along with doing molding and casting. The plan is to take the 3D pieces and make molds and cast them in a yet to be determined product. As this is my first time with this type of beast, any input, comments, and suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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zomgjared

New Member
It was pretty expensive to 3D print, but I'm not using the 3D prints for the final product. I plan to take molds of the 3D prints and cast them in either latex or rubber. After that they will be a lot more flexible than plastic! xD
 

brougham

New Member
I know this is an old thread, but did you ever cast them in latex/rubber? I'm looking into a rinzler cosplay, and this looks like the closest I've seen to replicating the exo pieces.
 

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ArtemDrozdov

New Member
Hi , where I can take this 3d model ??)


Hello programs!

The time has come for me to take my passion for Tron: Legacy to the second level. I previously made a fun build out of neoprene foam (below), but I'm ready to step up my game and go all out.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/hatedpromise/troncrop.jpg

I commissioned some 3D modeling work from the great @skylu3Design. It turned out awesome and I definitely recommend his work if you are looking for some 3D modeling when you aren't as savvy with 3D design like me, lol. Below was the awesome result.

[url]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/hatedpromise/Armour.jpg[/URL]
[url]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/hatedpromise/SamFlynnSculpt.jpg[/URL]

He was able to split it up for me to 3D print over at shapeways. I received the 3D printed pieces yesterday and they are radical, as you can see!

[url]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/hatedpromise/6035e14d-c375-40d9-97db-c904c2ea05c0.jpg[/URL]
[url]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/hatedpromise/e0330978-e79b-41b9-91eb-9f97f6a3f5d4.jpg[/URL]
[url]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/hatedpromise/3.jpg[/URL]
[url]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/hatedpromise/4.jpg[/URL]
[url]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v290/hatedpromise/5.jpg[/URL]

The next step will be to take these puppies and clean them up with sandpaper, bondo, and primer.

This is my first time taking on a project of this size along with doing molding and casting. The plan is to take the 3D pieces and make molds and cast them in a yet to be determined product. As this is my first time with this type of beast, any input, comments, and suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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