This Blog is all about what i am doing right now with my 3D printer – I will post regularly on my successes, failures and finished results!
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10 July 2020
Its great to start on a high note with me now able to produce my own dolls – both for stock and for custom orders.
Selene and her maid on the right here, show both styles that I produce. The Maid is on my standing body (I do a male and female version) – her head, body and legs are all one piece with separate arms with wire from the shoulder to elbow enabling me to fine tune the pose when she’s finished.
Both Selene and Olga are produced from my Eve doll shape – with 14 separate parts which are fused into the required pose before decorating.
– Forgot to mention the dressing table mirror is printed too!
Meet the dee-daw crowd...
Take a look below at some of my current stock people. Eve the 14 part doll is custom made to order only, but all standing dolls are usually available from stock.
I also want to use this blog not only to showcase what is possible, but also let you know what I am developing for future use.
The great thing about having such a lot of commissions to do is that I am always making new things for orders, and this then sparks ideas for other pieces.
At the moment (still hot off the printer in fact) I am working on an elephant clock to go on a fireplace mantlepiece.
This is what the file looks like on the computer (above left) and the printed item looks nothing like it!
That’s about it for now, I’ll update on the Elephant clock once I have stripped off the supports and got one painted. I will also add a piece about the electric fires I make for my fireplaces and stove ovens.
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