I'm a profession designer, working under the dba of Possession Studios [www.PossessionStudios.com]. I'm new to 3D printing, but very experienced in creating prototypes, artwork and one-off projects for clients (and my own projects).
Here are some of the special finishes I've used n the past on projects, which I think will work great in the new 3D arena:
- Sculpt Nouveau [www.Sculptnouveau.com]: The Metal Coatings are ground metal suspended in a non-toxic water based acrylic binder. They may be applied to both metal and non-metal surfaces such as glass, wood, ceramics, concrete, foam, and resin.
Alsa [www.alsacorp.com]: Alsa is constantly striving to stay ahead of market trends in order to offer the latest decorative product finishes. Including easy to apply realistic chrome, film, wraps and a bunch of other specialty paints.
My Dip Kit [www.mydipkit.com]: It’s the original DIY hydro dipping kit.The process formally known as water transfer printing was once only available commercially.
- Alumilite [www.alumilite.com]: Alumilite has everything you need for mold making and casting. Use Alumilite products for various projects including hobbies & crafts, automotive restorations, special effect and much more. You could make something in soft rubber and clean resin [Using a 3D Print to make the mold]
I Am A…Designer, Professional, Artist
Tools I Use…
Design Programs: Illustrator, Snapmakerjs
3D Design Skill Level