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Dreamer Mask: Beacon (3D printed)

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Modeled in Blender. 3D printed in white strong flexible via Shapeways. Design was drawn from my b&w doodles.

When you are just starting to pursue your dreams as a creator or entrepreneur, you begin by seeking out your mentors and beacons of inspiration. But over time as you encounter your own battles and fight for your dreams, you may become a beacon for others.

This mask is wearable and you can also easily see through the eyelids :) It's also a beautiful decorative piece for your office or home.

Lumecluster helps entrepreneurs break through fear and self-doubt through inspirational writing and 3D printed masks. Melissa is also co-founder of PianoVerse, a place for adult piano lessons in Queens, New York.

Image details
Image size
900x859px 579.06 KB
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D40X
Shutter Speed
1/20 second
Aperture
F/5.6
Focal Length
26 mm
ISO Speed
800
Date Taken
Nov 13, 2014, 2:28:34 AM
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MaliciaRoseNoire's avatar
Hello ! Your work has been featured on my group DesignYourDreams :) : here !
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DaraGallery's avatar
Beautiful. What material do they use to print your designs? I'm wondering if they can print them in natural materials.
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NikiSmithArt's avatar
This is so awesome! :clap:
TomWilcox's avatar
Are you saying this is actually 3D printed. Sooks like a rendering to me.
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Yes, this is actually 3D printed, not a render. Feel free to look more through the links below.
TomWilcox's avatar
You must have done a lot of sanding.
Lumecluster's avatar
No, I was pleased with how the print turned out so I didn't have to do any sanding. I took the photo of the mask as it was.
Nikola3D's avatar
The mask looks amazing! If its not a secret.. may i ask what technique did you use to make the detail?
Lumecluster's avatar
Thanks! I first draw them by hand, then i recreate them in blender :) if you'd like to know more, I've talked about my process in detail in several interviews which you can pull up in a Google search :D
Nikola3D's avatar
After reading a bit i must say... You got my greatest respect for the work you do! Now i see how much time and work you put in making this awesome art. Keep it up! Cant wait to see the next piece. :D
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Thank you, Nikola3D :) Really appreciate your kind words! Hug 
segura2112's avatar
Love Beautiful, if I had the money I'd buy one...Waaaah! . Oh well I can still dream. Thank You
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