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Into the future with 3D printing
I’m thrilled to be included in the article ‘Into the future with 3D Printing’ by Gigi Rosenberg from The Professional Artist Magazine. Gigi is great to work with and put together a very informative and interesting piece about an oil painter, sculptor and glass artist intertwining the worlds of 3D printing and fine art. I know, I’m biased, but would I lie to you? You can purchase the current issue at http://bit.ly/PA_OctNov14I’m in Mahdia, Tunisia working my fingers to the bone on three new designs to be released in time for the holiday season. All three are inspired by a major...
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10 hour ferry ride + 9 hour bus ride = about 1 day’s travel. Not in my world. Here in M’s alternate universe the journey from Palermo, Italy to Djerba, Tunisia takes 5 days – more to come about that in my next blog. Due to this slight travel delay, I was unable to promptly introduce my second guest blog at shapeways about living and working on the road. This piece takes a look at how my nomadic lifestyle affects my business and creative process. My internet access here is still very limited, but we’re working on that (After over 5...
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What a great day! I woke up this morning to find Evan Chavez wrote an incredible article for www.3Dprintingindustry.com about me and sloris.  And then, as if that wasn’t great enough, 3DPrintWise posted a blog I wrote for them.  Both couldn’t have come at a better time. As an oil painter, I exhibit. The fact that a gallery is willing to hang my pieces and promote my work is a huge compliment. Additionally, it’s a great opportunity to get feedback. At an opening, almost everyone has an opinion. It often says as much about them as the art itself, which is both...
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Round 1:  Fine Artist vs. 3D Printing My intention was for my first blog to be here months ago, but as usual I procrastinated procrastinating.  I know I’m very late to the game.  Everyone and their mother, cousin, dog and pet rock has been at this since time immemorial (or at least a few years).  But how many of these people are fine artists, 3D designers and living out of two suitcases while running a new business from a laptop as they hop from country to country?Flashback to 2013:  I discover 3D printing.  I’m excited because I’ve wanted to design a...
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Just finished a new video to introduce Holeyware, our new line of 3D printed drinkware with holes through the middle...that don't leak and (I hope you agree) look cool!  Check it out.  :-)...
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My first 2 promo videos:...
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‘Me Print 3D’ follows M’s adventures in 3d modeling and printing. 3D printing is all the rage, but how easy is it for someone with average computer literacy to actually print a design they’ve created? M’s an oil painter excited about recreating her work in the 3D world. New to both 3D modeling and printing, she must teach herself how to use 3D modeling and mesh repair programs, navigate the ins and outs of 3D printing requirements and stay sane :-) . Whether you’re new to 3D printing or an old pro, we’d love you to follow us and let us...
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