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3D Printing in the Entertainment Industry

Entertainment Applications

Custom Production for Dolls and Figurines

Custom Production for Dolls and Figurines

The Livemaster creative studio creates a variety of 3D printed accessories for dolls. Shoes, soles, mannequins, accessories, jewelry and more.

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Syther Gaming – 3D Printed Figures and Development

Syther Gaming – 3D Printed Figures and Development

Tabletop gaming development is heavily reliant on storytelling and gameplay mechanics. In traditional game design, the ability to intertwine their art and figures to play into these elements comes at the final stages of design. For Syther Gaming, 3D printing has allowed them to develop the universe of their feature game alongside the other crucial elements for a cohesive final product.

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Alliance Studio: 3D Print in Film, Sculpture, and Special Effects

Alliance Studio: 3D Print in Film, Sculpture, and Special Effects

Veteran makeup FX artists and creature designers Steve Wang and Eddie Yang talk about how 3D printing is a game changer in the movie and digital EFX industry.

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Monsters and Makeup Effects with Rick Baker

Monsters and Makeup Effects with Rick Baker

Special makeup effects are always evolving and changing. Many traditional methods hold true such as hand sculpting in clay, moldmaking and casting; but new tools and materials are always being implemented to offer more performance.

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3D Printed Trophies: Bronze Casting and Sculptures

3D Printed Trophies: Bronze Casting and Sculptures

Tim​ ​King​ ​is​ ​a​ ​traditional​ ​sculptor​ ​in​ ​Longmont, Colorado.​ ​While​ ​also​ ​respectful​ ​of traditional​ ​lost-wax​ ​bronze​ ​techniques,​ ​Tim has​ ​integrated​ ​digital​ ​design​ ​and​ ​3D​ ​Printing options​ ​into​ ​his​ ​creative​ ​process.​

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A Look Into 3D Printed Movie Props and Costumes

A Look Into 3D Printed Movie Props and Costumes

“I could 3D print that!” A phrase quite often heard from comic book and movie enthusiasts when Comic-Con is around the corner.  Year after year, Comic-Con attendees as well as the film and entertainment industry, employ additive manufacturing with 3D printing to create life-like costumes and props at a fraction of the cost of traditional production methods.

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