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FREE Minecraft Portraits!

For those of you with a Minecraft skin, you can head over to my Minecraft Portrait section for a free portrait! All you have to do is fill out a small form, and POOF! 19 more words

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And the Prototyping Begins!

This whole week we have been working on materials and prototype design in Google Sketch-Up for our improved surgical mask. For our mask materials we decided we were going to have 3 filters, two buckle straps, elastic and a lot of mask molds to work with. 363 more words

Blossom Biomedical And Design

Lazyest Person Ever

Hey there random web-surfing person who stumbled upon this blog (because let’s be honest that’s the only reason you’d end up here.) This is the blog thingy of a lazy wannabe 3d artist who also is trying to do a lot of everything from music, story writing, video making as well as the 3d stuff that gets put on here. 81 more words

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Gift making in Studio 300

Surprise your family and friends with one-of-a-kind gifts that you create in Studio 300. Here are some ideas:

  • Retouch an old family photo and share digital files or print on photo paper using our high-quality printer (you can even make a poster!)
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Studio 300

Prototyping - Rachel Zinsmeyer

Hey everyone!  One more blog post from Scarlet this week.  We’ve spent the past several classes working on modeling and creating our official prototype.  After Savannah and I figured out precisely what dimensions we were working with by sketching out several different views of our design, we started working in AutoCAD Inventor and familiarizing ourselves with the software.   458 more words

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Render #3 Soccer Ball

For this render I thought I’d do something other than interiors. I created a soccer ball from scratch and then placed it in some grass for context. 324 more words

4th Reality

Thoughts into Reality- Daisy Horr

After successfully gathering numerous amounts of research, patents, and design ideas and executing them into our second Design Proposal, after being consulted with our Bio-medical teacher, receiving both positive and constructive comments, the team has come to the final conclusion to re-modify our original design of a full innovative chair into a more attainable attachable/detachable seat/back cushion design. 658 more words

Comfort4U