A couple of them need a little work in blender and a reprint, to capture small parts that just didn't print, but overall pretty decent. Now, of course, they need to be mounted on disks and painted!
We might do this again in the summer when things calm down; let me know if you're interested in hearing about that when it happens.
Remember how I mentioned making miniatures with laser scanner and a 3d printer? Well, Joy and I are thinking of heading down to Providence on Sunday April 3rd to do some scans. Anyone who wants to join us is welcome. Let me know here or by email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested and I'll get you directions. If you know anyone else who might be interested, feel free to pass on the invitation; just have them drop me an email. If you really want to join in and the 3rd doesn't work for you, let me know that too; other arrangements could be made.
So, at work we have a full body laser scanner that lets us produce a 3D model of a person, which I can then scale to any size. And there's this company called Shapeways that takes 3D models and prints them.