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Flesh and Acrylic - 3D Print by BenHeine Flesh and Acrylic - 3D Print by BenHeine
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Here are the results of a collaboration with "Minimaal", a Belgian company making 3D prints. It was a new and enriching experience for me.

Photo 1: Flesh and Acrylic - Martin // Photo 2: Fight for Your Rights // Photo 3: Scanning Martin's arm // Photos 4, 5, 6, 7: Scanning & modeling Martin's arm // Photo 8: The 3D print is made with a ZCorp 3D printer. The main component used in this case is a monochrome powder called Z150. This powder gets injected layer after layer, according to the 3D model, until the object is totally reproduced with details and textures. To make a solid sculpture, Minimaal adds a Zmax epoxy, giving extra strength and durability to the 3D object // Photos 9, 10, 11, 12, 13: 3D print in progress // Photos 14, 15: Acrylic painting on the 3D print // Photo 16: Exhibition of the final piece in presence of the model at "Art Event" fair (Namur - January 2012)
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For more information about my artwork: info@benheine.com
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:iconyanieck:
Yanieck Jan 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
WOW...Very impressive! :)
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:iconsimounet:
Simounet Jan 21, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Impressionnant ! C'est sympa de voir les étapes. :)
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:iconhoustontxartist:
HoustonTxArtist Jan 18, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Amazingnesss
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:iconastondo:
A true artist.
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DevilBlackDragon Jan 18, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
cooooool :D
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:iconshirory:
hmf, I've always wondered how they make those powder sculptures...
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pixelwings Jan 17, 2012  Student General Artist
This just blows my mind!
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:iconbman2410:
Simplement génial hein!
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:iconluisdejud:
Scanning & modeling Martin's arm a on program???
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:iconbman2410:
Arm scanned indeed at first, then technically defined for to be entered into 3D printer, 3D print result originally painted by Ben.
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