Anyone who has played StarCraft remembers zerg units, which are represented by different forms. The basis of any zerg army is the hydralisk. Suppose you wish to create your fictional arm forces from your favourite video game. In that case, you can make StarCraft Hydralisk figure on a 3D printer.
When the trees begin to blossom, and nature starts to awaken from the long winter days, it is great to look back at February trends in 3D printing community. The last winter month of the leap year turned many talented minds towards video game models to 3D print, paint and share in Gambody group on Facebook. Men and women crafted many remarkable characters and robots from popular StarCraft, World of Warcraft, Witcher and MechWarrior Online games.
The lifeforms of Zerus have become an integral part of the fantasy world of StarCraft games. The Zerus gave birth to the Zerg, and 3D printed zergs look stunning even if they scare you. These alien-looking monsters can be a part of a table game or used for displaying on a shelf with other 3D prints.
A true artist always finds a way to complete a project of which he would be proud. Gambody 3D printing enthusiasts are real artists. They are willing not only to post impressive photos of their finished 3D prints to Gambody Facebook Group but also to share their tips and tricks with anyone interested. At the end of September, David Emanuel posted images of his finished StarCraft 2 Terran Marine figure, which looks fantastic with real lights and the most exquisite details.
If you haven’t seen the 3D printed StarCraft Battlecruiser model made by Byoungyoung Choi yet, this interview is the best opportunity to get to know the maker and the production of the Battlecruiser from StarCraft video game that turned into a StarCraft diorama.
We contacted Byoungyoung Choi and asked several questions about his hobby – 3D printing and the making process of the Hyperion battlecruiser model. And this is what we found out.
Is it summer yet?
According to the calendar, it is. We’re halfway through June which means we have some debts to pay to May. The roundup of your 3D printed figurines for the month of May hasn’t been shared yet. Apologies for the delay but the warm nights and long sunny days are to blame.
Herb comes from Taiwan and is passionate about digital sculpture, plastic model kits and digital painting. Between his hobbies, he manages to hold a job of toy/ collectable designer/manufacturer and that of a product designer. Herb is the guy that modelled and painted the StarCraft Hydralisk 3D printing figurine. We decided to get in touch with him and learn more about him.
The year has just started and barely recovered from all the celebrations and the festive mood that we getting our sleeves up for a new round of 3D printed figurines our friends from Gambody – 3D Printing Gaming Community shared with us.
We’ve ended the year on a positive note with a nice blog post about some of the best 3D printed miniatures from our marketplace. To keep the same trend, here are 16 of 3D printed models our editorial team picked during the first month of 2018.
‘Pick of the Month’ posts is a series of blog articles that our editorial team will write once per month, picking the 3D printing miniatures that according to them are worth being showcased again.
We contact the artists, ask them interesting facts about the miniatures or models and bring these facts directly to you, our reader.
StarCraft, like any other video game, has its own community of devoted players. And it is a big deal for any respected fan to have 3D printing StarCraft tokens in its collection.
You probably haven’t had the time to print one. This list, however, will make you crave for one immediately. Scroll down to see what we have prepared for you.
We’ve collected 15 video game and movie-inspired 3D printing spaceships to give you the opportunity to 3D print one and admire it whenever you want. Some of them are of impressive size and scale. These require many 3D printing hours and a bunch of 3D printing material to complete. However, the result is worth it.
April roundup is not as rich in 3D printing models as the previous months were. Nevertheless, the second month of spring has brought other surprises for our entire community in the shape of 3D printed models that we will showcase in the second part of this post. Keep reading to discover them all.
It’s always a joy to see 3D printing enthusiasts working on a large scale 3D model, printing it, and sharing the process and the result with the community. This was the case with Sam Fenimore, one of Gambody’s customers, who has recently released pictures of the 3D printed 24-inch long, 100-piece Hyperion Battlecruiser.
Bringing military science fiction into the real world with the help of 3D printing!
London, 3 October 2016 – StarCraft Terran Space Marine 3D Model has been cast to play the leading role in a short video based on a story about… himself. In the film industry, impersonating oneself is probably the most difficult job. But Terran Space Marine managed to plunge into the project and gave the best performance of his life.