s h o r t f o l i o . . .


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That's only my listed, work in progress and practice personal work, others not to be published due to copyright ownership.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

BEFORE AND AFTER SLIDE SAMPLE . . .

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after
before after

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Hobbyist . . .

A hobby is a regular activity done for enjoyment, typically during one's leisure time. Hobbies include collecting themed items and objects, engaging in creative and artistic pursuits, or pursuing other amusements.

Making 3dmodels of buildings, towers, airplanes, ships, cars or even action figure is what many hobbyists do.


A action figure is a poseable character doll most commonly made from plastic or clay form, and often based upon characters from a film, comic book, military, video game, or television program - "fictional or historical". 

These figures are usually marketed toward boys and adult collectors.

In the early 90's computer developed by hobbyist grew into serious competitors to commercial . Now they are producing small and large scale model using 3d printing.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

FOAM WORKS . . .




PUBLICATION          BLUE PRINT

HOW TO DETERMINE THE SCALE OF THE MODEL 1-Find the length of the object you want to construct.(In real life dimension) 2-Measure your model 3-Divide the real life dimension either length or width by that of the model. Say the real life object of my model 19.30 M. height and my scale model 38.6 MM. or .386 M. height, Then 19.30 M./.386 M. = 50. 4-Taking the reciprocal basically means putting 1 over is as a fraction which is 1/50 , Then the scale is 1:50 5-Knowing in this example, 50 times of my scale model will make 1 of the real life model.