Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Miniature Houses




Studying architecture certainly has its advantages: weight loss, adaptation to a small amount of sleep, acquiring some skills in designing architectural objects etc. Today I'll focus on the third aspect: designing architectural objects.

Recently I'm designing Winterdale - a fantasy, medieval land (which means in practice that I'm preparing concepts of various miniature buildings for Printable Scenery ). 



Designs you can see below are a base for 3D modeling guys. They, in turn, are making models ready for printing on 3D printers. Honestly, I sympathize with them. I felt a little bit guilty when I was adding all the tiny, fancy details on paper. But the ultimate goal  is to give maximum fun while painting the models and to please the eye after that, right?

They are created for tabletop RPG games...or for decorating shelves. Personally I really like to watch tabletop miniatures, even if I don't have too many opportunities to play. 


That's all for now, but expect more :)


4 comments:

  1. Hi Evi ! I've just discovered your blog and I love your works ! I love all the details you give to your drawings, it's amazing.
    I've just read your article and it's very interesting. If I understood correctly the project, you draw series of houses and then, the guys from Pintable Scenery create files that can be used to print the houses in 3D, is that right ? I went on their website and I saw your houses in 3D. I was wondering if it was possible to buy the houses already printed.

    Once again, your blog is a very beautiful discovery ! I can't wait to read your future article ! ;)

    Bye !

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    1. Hi Pauline! I'm really happy to read all your comments :)

      I asked Matt (the owner of "Printable Scenery") if they sell printed models, but unfortunatelly they don't do that. I really wish they were selling them, because I also don't have such a 3D printer.

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    2. Thanks for your answer Evi ! ;)

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  2. Twoje prace są niesamowite! Jestem pod ogromnym wrażeniem, sama interesuję się rysunkiem, ale o takim poziomie mogę chyba tylko pomarzyć.. Z ogromną przyjemnością przeglądam twoje wpisy c:

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