Favorite models in the gallery this week

While we're a bit heavy on the t-rex heads this week, that is never a bad thing. Also, this post includes the most fantastic catch of a rock I have ever seen. Bravo!
Item Name  by Sascha Henrichs (089)

Item Name by Sascha Henrichs

Sue's Head  by Mike Moceri

Sue's Head by Mike Moceri

Tabernacle of San Secon...  by Jeremy kemp (

Tabernacle of San Secondo by Jeremy Kemp

Tyrannosaurus Rex  by Anthony Heath

Tyrannosaurus Rex by Anthony Heath

Silver Buddha  by Nick Morrey

Silver Buddha by Nick Morrey

3D Modelling and Printing Workshop in Toronto

  The Ladies Learning Code 3D Modelling and Printing Workshop
 will bring 48 lucky learners together for 4-hours of modelling and printing their own unique things. The learners will learn about 3D modelling and 3D printing using Autodesk Meshmixer and then print your 3D thing!

 

july 14th, 2012   10-2 / 12-4
tiff bell lightbox, Toronto, Canada

 

 

What is 3D printing and why is it so useful? In short, 
3D printing allows you to bring a 3D object that you design come to life before your eyes. This technology, especially when used to prototype new designs, is useful in many fields, such as industrial design, architecture, engineering and construction, jewelry making, fashion design, automotive manufacturing, aerospace, dental and medical prosthetic design, education, geographic information system design, civil engineering, and countless others. It’s also just really fun to come up with an idea for something and be able to actually create it in a really short period of time! At this event we will be designing our own small unique “things” using iMacs and a program called Meshmixer and bringing them to life using an assortment of different 3D printers – we’ll have 10 or more different 3D printers on-site! Our learners will get to design their own bracelet or pendant or something else!

Amazing Sculpt models from Chris Kunzmann



Check out some of the amazing creations Chris Kunzmann has sculpted! The video contains just a few of his models - he has a ton uploaded to the gallery. They're definitely worth looking through. :D

I think my favorite is the space hamster.

Want to get started with 123D Catch?



We've got a ton of video tutorials to help you! From tips on how to set up a scene and subject for capture, how to work with your mesh, or how to prep a catch for 3D printing - we cover a bit of everything.

Check out our 123D Catch channel on youtube - we'd love to help you get the best catch you can!

Favorite models in the gallery this week

Here we are again! Lots of great catches again this week and one fantastic sculpt model as well. I love all the portraits I'm seeing done with Catch and Sculpt. :D
London Commuter by Matt Wilderbeast

London Commuter by Matt Wilderbeast

Gargoyle 1 test by Paul E Carew

Gargoyle 1 test by Paul E Carew

Cleopatra's needle plaque by Lucien Harriot

Cleopatra's needle plaque by Lucien Harriot

Baby sleeping by VJ Anomolee

Baby sleeping by VJ Anomolee

iMario by Adnan Islam

iMario by Adnan Islam

Favorite models in the gallery this week

Lots of truly fantastic catches this week! I feel like the catches look better and better all the time. You should definitely click through and check these out in the gallery - they have so much detail screenshots just can't capture. Awesome work, everyone!

Sketchbook by Pharaoh

Mark Twain Sculpture by Zenos Frudakis

cactus by peter muller

Mi Sabiola by Juan Carlos Petruza

The Sea by Morgan Hayward

123D Make Design in Cast Iron

Mixed-media sculpture artist Eric Jacobson has found a way to cast 123D Make designs into fantastic iron and bronze sculptures. He started by creating the sliced piece in 123D Make, then went to TechShop to laser cut the pattern out of foam and used that to create a sand mold. The finished piece is about 10" tall and cast as a solid piece of iron. Sand mold To learn more about how he created the piece, you can find step-by-step details in this Instructable. And check out more of Eric's finished pieces on his site: http://gallery.e-jacobson.com/

Favorite models in the gallery this week

I just checked to see which models were in the top five - and guess what? They're still the same from last week! Crazy.

So instead, I am going to share my five favorite models in the gallery this week. Mix it up a bit!

Stewart by zlite

Giant Cat by Sarah James

Space Hamster by Chris Kunzmann

Head by Pharaoh

Body by Jerad

The five most downloaded models this week!

Circle of Life for a Trex by josh 3D

Rocket by Alans Putra

Dump Truck Toy by Peter Maxfield

Flatiron by Cody Walker

Moose by Brad Harder

That moose sure is popular!