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Miku Redemption

by graphicsforge, published

Miku Redemption by graphicsforge Apr 15, 2013

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A significantly more printable version. This pose requires neither infill, support, nor pillaring! Furthermore, curling off the platform is great for this pose as it lifts the stray strands of hair up, so her hair doesn't fall flat.

I'm rather particular about cleanliness, so I could never endorse such a hairstyle, but there are times like these when it's handy to have support pillars growing out of the back of your head.

Renders were taken of a later frame, when I had let the hair fly up and start falling down.

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This model was not exported from MMD format, but the original modeler kiomodel3.sblo.jp/article/23486819.html drew it in blender. It then needed posing and then some fairly intensive modifications to make it more printable.
Hello, friend
I think this is a great model
But this is directly exported from the MMD it?
If it is, I really want to understand this in the middle of the process.
Bless you.
"support pillars growing out of the back of your head" LOL...

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Instead of putting any effort into support for this model, I just spent all the time into posing the figure instead.

The not-working model I got from a poisson mesh reconstruction. Apparently, a 2x super-sample is still not enough points for a good reconstruction. Also, reconstruction didn't expect points with backwards normals existing inside of model, but that's exactly what it got.
Working model I got through passing through [netfabb](http://www.netfabb.com/)
Hello, friend
I think this is a great model
But this is directly exported from the MMD it?
If it is, I really want to understand this in the middle of the process.
Bless you.
This model was not exported from MMD format, but the original modeler kiomodel3.sblo.jp/article/23486819.html drew it in blender. It then needed posing and then some fairly intensive modifications to make it more printable.
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"support pillars growing out of the back of your head" LOL...
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