I know it's been forever since I updated anything here...
So I've been working on tons of stuff. For starters I have a line of 3D printable toys called Mech City that you can download for free and print at home. The toys are of cute chubby mecha w/ interchangable parts and little animal people pilots along with loads of accessories, vehicles, playsets, etc.
Mech City Central
I've also been throwing a ton of time into my Paper printable tabletop miniatures game BattleRoller. More cute chubby mecha w/ pilots. The game isn't ready for a full on release but it's getting there. Lately I've been working hard on building a web app that lets y
I've been known to dabble in RPing from time to time and there is no shortage of folks that love to RP within the various universes of Transformers. However, I keep seeing certain terms come up again and again in different players' prose.
Being into actual machines and robots and knowing a thing or two about mechanical engineering the use of these terms really rubs me the wrong way.
In particular the ones that really agitate me when I see them in use are "mech" and "servo". People have been using "Fem" for ages to denote a female based Cybertronians. It makes sense, "fem" --"female" or "fembot". And I guess Players want to have some sor
I'm offering a course in designing Action Figures in Sketchup and putting them up on Shapeways for sale in your own shop!
This course will cover the basics of 3D modeling in Sketchup and go on to cover more advanced techniques used for small sized product design, joints and designing parts to be "snap fit", prepping files for 3D printing via Shapeways, and setting up your Shapeways Shop page to sell your items. At the end of this course you will have a base action figure model that is ready for you to customize, accessorize and sell in your own shop!
The cost for this intensive 4 week course will be $50 via PayPal and will start in January