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  1. I hope this is the right forum to post this. But since this is technically about custom figures I thought it was the most appropriate. I am now offering the Form2 files of my Legend of the Warsnail figure line for free non-commercial use. You can download them from http://www.hauke-scheer.de/samples.html Please make sure to read the license and safety instructions before using the files. Also please do not ask for STLs. I do not plan to release the figures in any other way then the .form format any time soon. Have fun printing!
  2. 3D Printed Bionic Bjoern Scout This is a variation of my previous Bionic Bjoern figure. This one has transforming bionic feet that become wheels. He also has 2 human arms, a helmet and a new shoulder mounted minigun. The scouts trade firepower for mobility. Their mission is to find survivors of the zombie apocalypse and escort them safely to the remaining human outposts. They are also used to patrol the remaining highways between the outposts. 3 3/4 inch scale.
  3. Thank you. The 3D models of some of the latest figures are actually quite old. I just could not turn them into figures before because I did not have a 3D printer with a good enough resolution. I do offer printed figures for sale if someone is interested. The problem is that printing is still quite expensive.
  4. Thank you. He was inspired by many cyborgs from the 80s and 90s. :-)
  5. This is an older character I updated for 3D printing. What I like about this figure is that it fits into a lot of other 3 3/4 inch action figure lines. Printed on a Form2 printer with durable resin. Hand painted by me. I also gave the figure a new backstory: In the year 2025 the world is overrun by zombies. Mankind's only hope lies with a secret Canadian military program: The Bionic Bjoerns. These cybernetic clone warriors made from Viking DNA are sent all across the globe to rescue scattered non infected humans and eradicate the zombie thread.
  6. Thank you very much. I hope you will enjoy the story on the website. I have already planned most of series 2 but will take a winter break because the weather is no longer nice enough to take good pictures of the figures.
  7. The final figure for Series One of the Legend of the Warsnail line. Its the evil Bug Queen. A mighty sorceress who wants to steal the magic of the forest to create her own evil empire. The model is based on the original bug solider 3D models done in Softimage. But I had to do some serious remodeling in Modo to create this new character. Printed on a Form2 printer. The model was painted by me. Here is the complete Series One of the Legend of the Warsnail line of figures. There is also a website with more information about the world of the Warsnail. www.warsnail.com
  8. One more figure for my Legend of the Warsnail line. This is the Flower Fairy, an ancient being that protects the balance of the forest. He acts as a mentor to the heroes. The original model was done in Softimage. I added all the articulation in Modo and also reworked the armor and proportions there. Printed on a Form2 printer. The model was painted by me.
  9. Another 3D printed figure for my Legend of the Warsnail series. The original model was done in Softimage. I added all the articulation in Modo and also reworked a lot of the design there. The original figure was more like a princess and less like a warrior. This character is a slug. In the world of the Warsnail the slugs have developed legs. They tend to look down on the snails since they are usually not considered warrior material. But the Warsnail is out there to change that. Printed on a Form2 printer. The model was painted by me.
  10. Update: Here is a short stop motion animation of the figure.
  11. Thank you! I definitely had nature in mind when creating this figure. |n fact one of the things I like best about him is that I can take him outside and take pictures of him and he fits in perfectly. :-)
  12. This is one of my oldest characters but still one I like the most. The original 3D model was done in Softimage. However all the remodeling to turn it into an action figure was done in Modo. I made some slight design changes along the way. Mostly I uncluttered the armor on the house. Obviously the articulation is limited due to the design. But you still get some nice poses out of the guy. I even went outside for the pictures since he fits so nicely into the environment. All the weapons can be removed from the back and posed in his hands. Scale 3 3/4 inch. Printed on a Form 2 with durable resin. Painted by me.
  13. Thank you. I remember that G.I. Joe Honda. Never had him but always thought he was cool.
  14. I wanted to make an action figure in a different body style then your standard figure. So I thought, why not make a Sumo wrestler. I tried to give the figure as much articulation as possible and he turned out to be one of my most pose able figures made on the Form 2 yet. I had to make some compromises when it comes to the sculpt but in the end I find the articulation is worth it. He is a little larger then my previous figures but still fits in with 3 3/4 inch figures. Printed on a Form 2 printer with Durable material. Modeled in Modo and optimized in Netfabb.
  15. A male and female robot. The male one has 3 differnt heads. One has a moveable jaw. Modeleld in Modo. Printed on a Form 2 printer in durable resin. Painted by me.
  16. Happy New Year! I updated my old caveman figure to the 3 3/4 inch scale. It was printed on the Form 2 with durable resin material. I try to learn something new with each print. This time I gave the figure a torso with the type of ab-crunch joint that is quite popular with figures these days. It works quite well. Since this character also has quite large hands I was able to add an additional wrist joint allowing him to stand on his hands hold on to rock like surfaces.
  17. Thank you! Beast Wars is still one of my favorite Transformers shows.
  18. Thanks! Yes all parts are printed separately and then snapped together. The modeling software I use is called modo. I also use netfabb for conversion to STL files.
  19. I am still experimenting on what can be done with the Form2 printer and the durable resin material. I figured it would be a good test to make a figure with a transforming feature. I always loved horseshoe crabs so I choose one as the alt mode for the figure. The transformation works well although with this figure paint chipping is kinda unavoidable. The tail can either be used as a sword or a gun. Full disclaimer: I only have one figure at the moment. So this picture is a composition of two separately taken pictures. Here is a video of the transformation:
  20. This is another figure printed on the Form 2 printer using durable resin. It is in 3 3/4 scale, although quite bulky. It features a cockpit with a little pilot inside. I made a couple of variations for the the pilot but the one in the middle is the figure I settled with. All figures are fully articulated. Here is the suit along some other 3D printed figures of mine.
  21. Thank you. Its really amazing how far printing technology has come in recent years. There are still issues like printing time, cost and paints but a couple of years ago I would not have thought to be able to make a figure like this one day. So yes printing figures at home may come one day.
  22. In order to see just how well the figure poses, please check out this video: [video=youtube;ytXPFv7Zwqw] Here are some stills but you really need to see the video to realize how sturdy this figure is: I finally figured out how to make sturdy action figures using my Form 2 printer. This figure has almost the same properties as a mass produced PVC figure. It has very sturdy joints, can hold accessories and can even have add on clothing parts. Paint chipping may be an issue in the long run but so far I am very happy. This is the closest to emulate a mass produced toy I ever came with a 3D printed prototype.
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