A friend shared this on FB, and it made me wonder…

How many women drink Monster?
I wonder how many less women will drink Monster after seeing this promo video?

At least Lynx has a) sense of humour and b) has moved away from this kind of stuff in recent ads. This OTOH is like modern day Benny Hill…

A *very rough* test print and colour test for Elsa’s crown from Frozen.
This is the worst level of detail we print at - 0.4mm. All of Chompwork’s commission prints are printed at 0.2mm or 0.1mm resolution and there’s a world of difference between them. (Fun fact: 0.1mm is the average width of a human’s hair!) That level of detail gets rid of the nasty “stepping” you see in the photo.
However, sometimes you just need to test an item to see if it will print. This actually lost a bit of detail on the left side, and we need a darker/better jewel colour too!
Even so, we’re pretty proud of this piece. Modelling anything as dainty and fragile is tough! This went from a 2D vector graphics design (using Inkscape) into a 3d Model (using 123D Design) then curved (using Blender). You could say there was quite a learning curve with this one! xD

Next up, we’ll be receiving some special filament on Friday (water dissolvable PVA for the support material - the photo doesn’t show this, but the crown curves to follow a person’s head) and we’ll try a full-spec 0.1mm resolution print!Interested in getting one of these? Favourite Chompworks on etsy so you can see when these are added!

A *very rough* test print and colour test for Elsa’s crown from Frozen.

This is the worst level of detail we print at - 0.4mm. All of Chompwork’s commission prints are printed at 0.2mm or 0.1mm resolution and there’s a world of difference between them. (Fun fact: 0.1mm is the average width of a human’s hair!) That level of detail gets rid of the nasty “stepping” you see in the photo.

However, sometimes you just need to test an item to see if it will print. This actually lost a bit of detail on the left side, and we need a darker/better jewel colour too!

Even so, we’re pretty proud of this piece. Modelling anything as dainty and fragile is tough! This went from a 2D vector graphics design (using Inkscape) into a 3d Model (using 123D Design) then curved (using Blender). You could say there was quite a learning curve with this one! xD

Next up, we’ll be receiving some special filament on Friday (water dissolvable PVA for the support material - the photo doesn’t show this, but the crown curves to follow a person’s head) and we’ll try a full-spec 0.1mm resolution print!

Interested in getting one of these? Favourite Chompworks on etsy so you can see when these are added!