Painted models.

Wow !! 真的好看 ! Amazing look !

What kind of paint did you use ? Acrylic, water based, etc ? It looks great !

Do you think we can find the STL on thingiverse ?

[quote name=pilou74]Wow !! 真的好看 ! Amazing look !

What kind of paint did you use ? Acrylic, water based, etc ? It looks great !

Do you think we can find the STL on thingiverse ?
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It was painted by group of artists few months ago, .stl files we got from League of Legend fans due of it was ‘ripped’ directly from the game file we have no rights to share or post .stl files.

Paint was mostly water based, but acrylic and oil based paint works the best.

Best Regards

[quote name=pilou74]Wow !! 真的好看 ! Amazing look !

What kind of paint did you use ? Acrylic, water based, etc ? It looks great !

Do you think we can find the STL on thingiverse ?
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He used Vallejo acrylic colours.

Looks cool, I can’t wait to get mine. :slight_smile:

Wow, looks good with paint! I will have to try painting something I print too. I wonder how good it works with spray paint…

I’m looking forward to trying the acetone vapor technique too sometime.

This model was printed on Zortrax, and after it had a “bath” in the vapors of acetone. Sometimes I wonder what is the difference between resin and Zortrax :wink:

Best Regards,

Rafal

Very nice! Will we be able to use the heated bed to heat the acetone in a jar? A smooth finish like that would be even easier to paint! :slight_smile:

Yes, I used the jar on the heatbed, you should do some metal stand to bet on this your print. And yes, smooth surface is easier to paint.

BTW: You have to be very careful, acetone vapors are flammable, I recommend to have the window open and don’t use near fire :slight_smile:

Best Regards,

Rafal

Little tutorial for acetone vapor polishing :

http://hackaday.com/2013/03/02/more-acetone-vapor-polishing-experiments/