How to Make a 3D Model of a Zombie Statue

How to Make a 3D Model of a Zombie Statue

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Posted February 14, 2018 06:11:37 Zombie statues are everywhere, even in your backyard.

A recent article on IGN revealed that many 3D printers have been made from recycled materials.

The article described how a robot, using a 3DS Max-based 3D printer, could create a 2D skeleton of a dead person.

In this article, I’ll show you how to make a Zombie statue from recycled plastic.

1.

Find a cardboard box and a 3-D printer in your garage.

I found a cardboard cardboard box in my garage and an X-acto knife in the kitchen.

Cut the box in half lengthwise, and the 3-d printer would fit inside the cardboard box.

I cut the box’s outer edges with the knife, and then folded it in half.

I made a template for the skeleton by drawing lines and curves from the inside of the cardboard.

2.

Measure and mark the 3D model of the skeleton.

The model will measure approximately 2.3 x 3.2 inches.

3.

Measure the 3DPrinting file.

The file will come in two different versions, a 3DP print file and a pre-cut print file.

Choose which you want to use.

I’m using the pre-built 3DPprint file.

Make sure the files have been installed on your computer and that you have the appropriate software installed on the computer.

Make a note of the file name and a version number.

If the file is installed on a different computer, download and unzip the file from that computer.

Then open the file in the 3DS MAX editor, right-click it, and choose Open in the context menu.

The files will open in a window that looks like this: 3DP printer file: file name: pre-edit file: version: 3D printing file: File name: 3DS max editor: file size: 725Kb (9.2MB) A lot of file names have to be unique, so don’t use the same file name as all the files you create in 3DSmax.

If you get stuck on a file name, just copy it to a file browser.

The editor will tell you what you need to enter.

For example, if the file I’m trying to print looks like “123-456″, enter 123-456-123-123”.

3.

Open the file you just created and click the Make button.

This will open the 3DFont object builder.

In the object builder, select the file that you just downloaded.

Select 3D print file from the 3ds max editor.

You will be asked to select the dimensions you want for the 3d print file, and you can change the number of layers if you want.

When you’re finished with the object, click the Create button to start building your 3D printed Zombie statue.

If all goes well, you should see a 3d model of your Zombie Statue at the bottom of the 3rd dimension.

Now, it’s time to build the 2nd skeleton.

To build the second skeleton, I created a 2-D skeleton by tracing the outline of the 2-d printed zombie.

I traced the outline by tracing a rectangle.

The next step is to trace a curve on the top of the body.

This is the line that connects the skeleton to the skeleton’s head.

The outline of a 3ds Max object builder skeleton is shown here: 3d Model of the Zombie Statue skeleton made from a pre printed object builder file 3.

When I was finished, I cut out the outline and traced a line on the left side of the zombie.

The line I traced was the same curve that connects a 2d skeleton to a 3s skeleton.

After I traced that curve, I traced another line on both sides of the undead.

I finished tracing the curve on both the left and right sides of both the zombies, and finally, I painted the outlines with a thin black paint.

After the zombie was painted, I used a hot glue gun to glue the outline onto the skeleton and to paint the outline on the other side of his head.

I then painted the outline again, with a lighter paint, to make the outline look more lifelike.

This finished skeleton can be easily assembled by using an Xacto Knife, a knife, a paintbrush, and some glue.

Make it yours by adding a couple of screws to the bottom and the top to hold the skeleton in place.