H.P. LoveCraft Innsmouth DeepOne

The Deep Ones are creatures in the Cthulhu Mythos of H. P. Lovecraft. The beings first appeared in Lovecraft’s novella “The Shadow Over Innsmouth”. The Deep Ones are a race of intelligent ocean-dwelling creatures, approximately human-shaped but with a fishy, froggy appearance. They regularly mate with humans along the coast, creating societies of hybrids.
This creature was created to illustrate the power of the Form1+ 3d printer can can be found on the formLabs Gallery page.

 

Dragon Bust 3D Print

Dragon Bust
Sculpted in Zbrush

Featured in Formlabs Blog “Tips and tricks for getting a good print”.

This sculpt was printed as one single continuous part. It is pictured here as a Raw print, No finishing, No primer

Printed on a Form 1+ at 0.05mm Layer height
Print time: 16 Hours 22 mins.Size: 6.5inches (165mm)

 

Handsome Jack the Troll 3D Printed Bust

Handsome Jack the troll is a character bust I sculpted based on the troll race of the Shadowrun roleplaying game universe.
These are 2 prints of my sculpt. both of these are Raw prints with no finishing and no paint.

Large: 4.5 inches (115mm)
Print time: 11 Hours 25 mins.

Small: 1.75 inches (44mm)
Print time: 3 Hours 20 mins.

Both versions were Printed on a Form 1+ at 0.05mm layer setting.

 

With thick, curled horns on their heads (some trolls prefer to have them cut, while others polish them with pride), spiky protrusions of calcium on their joints, and individual muscles that are larger than a full-grown pig, trolls give the immediate impression that they are built for destruction. Most of them are able to live up to that image. Not all trolls, though, are about absorbing and inflicting damage. They have tried to find their way into different roles, but their large size combines with cultural stereotypes to make it hard for them to fit in. Orks tend to be the most accepting of trolls, and the two metatypes often inhabit the same neighborhoods. Typically these are not the most resource-rich neighborhoods in any given sprawl.

 

Metamorphosis

I decided to create my interpretation of Kafka’s novella The Metamorphosis. One day Gregor Samsa, a traveling salesman, wakes up to find himself transformed into a “ungeheures Ungeziefer”, literally “monstrous vermin”, often interpreted as a giant bug or insect.