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Old 01-23-2020, 03:04 PM
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superman from arena of valor

he is built before angry birds. here he is. and pm me for pdf.
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Old 01-23-2020, 04:44 PM
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That is quite outstanding! I really love the kiss-curl. Is this your own design? I'd ask for the pdf, but I know I'd never build it. It's just too big for my shelves. I prefer figures around 10" or smaller.

If you are willing to give it out free, don't forget that it can be hosted in our downloads section, or if you want to monetize it, I'm sure eCard models will get their hosting problems sorted before long.
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Old 01-23-2020, 11:45 PM
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he is built before angry birds. here he is. and pm me for pdf.
i forget to say give me you email adress and then i can send you pdf.
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Old 01-23-2020, 11:58 PM
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That is quite outstanding! I really love the kiss-curl. Is this your own design? I'd ask for the pdf, but I know I'd never build it. It's just too big for my shelves. I prefer figures around 10" or smaller.

If you are willing to give it out free, don't forget that it can be hosted in our downloads section, or if you want to monetize it, I'm sure eCard models will get their hosting problems sorted before long.
it is from arena of valor. but face is heavily modified in blender. and major changes on body and cape. you can always rescale it when printing but face and hair becomes harder to build. pm me your email and then i send you pdf.
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Looks awesome!
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Great build, carefully made.
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Old 01-24-2020, 03:45 PM
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thank you. these words mean a lot to me.
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Old 01-24-2020, 04:18 PM
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PDF received OK Meff. Thank you. There's some exceptional work gone into this. Well done.

One small point ... the PDF supplied is without fold lines, just as I prefer, but there are quite a few who would need these lines in order to fold it correctly. Many designers distribute both lined and unlined files to cater for all, but even then many will ask for instruction sheets as well.

Where possible I always try to get hold of the .pdo file which shows exactly where and how the pieces fold and fit together. From the .pdo I would print off an unlined set to build the final model, but I would also run off a fully lined but untextured copy. This would allow me to build a hard folded white model alongside to confirm the shape and fit of each piece and allow me to decide if a seam may be better served by a back tabbed butt joint. Then repeating on the textured build with an unfolded piece. Allowing each piece to find more natural curvatures as the tabs pull it into place.

I do of course realise that freely distributing .pdo files can be a sure-fire way of finding your work being offed for sale on certain pirate commercial sites but it is getting much harder to avoid these now. However you decide to distribute your work, might I suggest you include your name or logo on each sheet. So in the event of piracy, at least you would get the acknowledgment of your artwork.

As I said previously, it's unlikely that I will build this due to its size, but I don't think I'm gonna be able to resist building the head at least ... and maybe even have a try at reducing the size. This looks to be a first-class model that I'd expect to be quite expensive to buy.
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Old 01-24-2020, 10:56 PM
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i can send lined version if a request happens. and a logo may be a good idea for future releases. thank you.
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Old 01-24-2020, 11:04 PM
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and since superman 3d model is from a game and this means that i didnt build from stratch, i find selling is not right. if i sell these models the game author must be credited too and this is so hard to contact and ask for permission. i will be happy if i build something as java 250 model in this forum, than i can sell it because i built it from stratch.
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