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Very interesting and powerful way of shaping. Diverting a bit, I wonder whether this has ever been tried on wood. Not having this nice tool set I sculpture manually :). Check out my Facebook pages if you want.
Hello, could You tell me what material is used to make model which is milling?
What kind of clay is used in this video and what program do they use?
Always use hololens
It is a representative video of a possible future of evolutionary proses.
I think I like it.
looking at the way the computerdesign is put intoo a model i think it whont be long untill they change to a 3d printer and just lay the model down in plastic layers
Nice CNC stuff, but how did you clean it and how was it painted? But …
Why the fuck clay when you aren't working with it?
Nice model, but does it blend?
This design video is very interesting ….
I clay sculpt too. But I do it all by hand and full size. Then I build the car, make it road legal and drive it on the roads. Check out my videos for some really cool concepts I have designed and built. Also some really good tutorials to help those that want to do this sort of work and build and drive there own concept car :)
My question is why don't you just 3d print it out of hard materials and paint it up? I thought the idea of clay was to work on the shape some more