What file type is required to make a 3D cartoon model?
If you design in 3D, we will start with your 3D files. We work with all major 3D file formats. When in doubt, an obj. file works best. If all you have is 2D imagery or artist's sketches, we can build a 3D cartoon model from those as well. If all you have is an idea or a napkin drawing, we can start with that.
What technology do you use for 3D cartoon models?
It can be a number of different technologies, individually or combined. These range from 3D Foam, 3D printing, CNC Cutting, laser cutting, laser etching, casting, molding, sculpting, painting, airbrushing, laminating, vinyl printing, and woodworking - all meant to produce highly engaging models that fit your exact needs.
What is the material used?
We match the correct material and fabrication process to your requirements in terms of presentation, size, and transportability. In our model shop, we fabricate using different types of foam, wood, metal, resins, and acrylics. We can also 3D print in sandstone-like, digital plastic, UV-cured resin, plastic, rubber-like, acrylic, and nylon.
What is the largest 3D cartoon model you can make?
There is no limit to the size of model. Transportability will be your only concern on an extremely large 3D cartoon model. Here is a case study on building a 7 foot tall Master Chief.
What is the turnaround time for a 3D cartoon model?
This depends on the features of the model itself as well as the scale of the model. We usually ask for six to eight weeks from the time we take the order to when you will receive the model. large projects can be four to six months or longer. We understand that sometimes deadlines are tight and we can accommodate rush orders.
What features can a 3D cartoon model have?
Besides the physical 3D cartoon model with the proper color and appearance, you can elect to ask for special lighting, sound, and movement. We always ask to the level of detail, realism, and finish as part of our onboarding process.
If I want a second cartoon model is it cheaper?
Our pricing is based on the fabrication costs and the time it takes to prepare your design. The second model is less in pricing because the design portion is complete.
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