Feb 15th 2019 UPDATE:
I added some new files for you, so you will find:
-The Forgotten + The Soul and the bone (can be attached together with flex filament);
-The paperclip for Cain;
-The Holy Mantle for The Lost;
-Misc items for Eden such as The Necronomicon, Shoop Da Whoop, Keys and the Book of Secrets;
-New hair for Eden.
Have fun :)
Hey makers !
Here you have the result of some hard work about one of my favorite videogames !
Every character of Binding Of Isaac is here, with its own item.
I hope you'll like it, post your made one :)
If you don't have any 3D printer, you can buy me some on my Etsy shop:
Most parts can be printed without any supports. It includes objects, heads and bodies.
Some hair parts can be printed upside down to avoid using supports, but unfortunately i could'nt do this for all of them.
So you will need to enable supports for these parts:
Eden Hair 1
Everything else is fine !
When modeling all these little buddies, I did my possible to make most parts standard.
There are anyway a lot of files! That's why you can refer to the image under this text block.
Be sure to use head without eyebrows for Samson and Lilith or their hair won't fit in !
How to build these little buddies?
I know that everyone has its own technique for painting, and it's not my best quality.
Anyway, I share mine with you, maybe it can help !
I personnaly use Piglet Pink aerosol from the Molotow series as a base for skin-color parts, and then paint on it when dry with a pastel skin marker from the same brand.
Even if it's not perfectly painted, it's still good with the aerosol base under it.
Most characters parts can be painted easily, so you can do it even if you're a noobie like me :p
Acrylic paint for skin parts
I use Sketchup for almost ten years and, as a professionnel 3D printer/modeler, I use it every day of the week !
Some can say that's not the best software to do it, but hey, I don't care !
I modeled every character and most items from scratch, using sprites found on the internet as reference. It took me a looooooooooooot of time, but now I'm pretty satisfied of the result :)
Little story to tell about the Appollyon model:
I started from a sprite found on the internet to model it, and when everything was printed and finished, I noticed that he was different from the character in the game.
In fact, it was different because I used an old sprite before the character release.
So I re-modeled Appollyon but conserved the old one because I like it too !
Capture from my Sketchup File