Steampunk Girl

by GreenwoodMF, published

Steampunk Girl by GreenwoodMF Apr 3, 2012
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Steam Punk at Emerald City Comic Con.
More of her work can be found here


The model is on the small side, but it scales well, I recommend printing this at your printers highest resolution. You make out details like the ruffles of her blouse, and the goggles on her head. Part of a series of captures and prints we are making from Emerald City Comic Con.

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Great idea, I can't wait to see the rest of your series. What are you using for your 3d captures?

Autodesk. Most of my captures were made infront of an elevator in a busy hallway. I am amazed at what I pulled off under the conditions I had.