Zombie Tramp project

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Friko

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I was recently tasked with molding a 3d printed figure of the character Zombie Tramp from Action Lab. I was given a rough prototype for reference. A new master was printed broken up into 7 pieces. The head, hair, torso, legs, left arm, right arm, and a book base. I don't have much time to mold all 7 pieces, cast them, assemble it and paint it for the publisher to inspect. From what I gather they need to have many finished in time for sdcc.
As of last night I finished the last of the molds
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Friko

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here are pictures of the cast pieces i did. In total there were 6 molds. Its so damn hard working this small. The tips of the hair were such a pain. Even more than the fingertips which surprised me. I ended up remolding the legs and the bangs because i wanted nicer molds. Live and learn.
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Friko

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here are some detail pics of the existing prototype i had to remake. It's good but there are some printing marks and some pretty big seams.
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