I tried a 2-D printer once, and the paper jammed.
So now I just painstakingly re-create my paper copies by hand, like a medieval monk.
"I couldn’t do something that requires training and skill on the first try without any training or skill so obviously it is a scam: A White Male Story"
This is my first 3d print. It’s supposed to be a square.
This is the tenth print. (It’s got some primer on it already there) What happened? I calibrated it. It wasn’t easy, it was frustrating, but I kept working until I figured it out. I have a fussy printer. However, most of the problems I was having would be fixed by the latest printers that are on the market now.
And you’ve seen what this head looks like now that it’s had it’s been filled and cast.
But I’m an artist and a girl. What do I know of these things?
(via andymagnuseth)Source: misterhippity