3D펜으로 풍차 만들기

3D펜으로 풍차 만들기


Hello, I am the master of 3D Pen, Sanago Have you ever been to the Netherlands? I haven’t I wish to visit there one day if I have the time and money. Today I made a windmill inspired by the Adriaan windmill in Haarlem, Netherlands. Make an outline on the paper … and then prepare a heck load of wood filament. When I was in elementary school I was punished for using a ruler during an art class To this day, I have not understood why It is so convenient to use a ruler. Why shouldn’t I be able to use it? 20 years on … I still carry the same confusion Now that I am a grownup, no one stops me from using a ruler … … I am very happy about that 🙂 Anyways, fill all the frames. For the roof, we fill it up in a spiral-like pattern Since the filament is fragile we carefully… We just need to make all the walls of the windmill like so. Again, since it is fragile we must carefully… (CAREFULLY!?) We make the other frames quickly as so. I couldn’t be bothered to trace it, so I did it straight from the A4 printed page 😉 The disadvantage of drawing it straight on the A4 page that the paper might stick to the 3D art… …is not evident. Carefully (*cough*) place the other items to one side and make the other frames as well. Oh snap! (Maybe the disadvantage was not just a myth) You have to take it off the paper after it has cooled 🙁 For the main door, we make it a bit thicker. Now, I just have to assemble them together. I tried to make the procedure as easy as possible so you guys can follow on easily. I’ve put the outlines on my fan cafe (blog), so you can download it and follow my video to make it Roughly assemble the parts together. Roughly put the roof on top. This is a pillar that we will stick onto the wall Roughly make it, fold it, and stick it on the wall. The reason why I say “do it roughly” is … … because there is no need to perfect it. It’s fine if you haven’t made it well. In the past, I too was pretty bad. But now, … I can 3D art a bit For that paper that got stuck on before, you can use a wet tissue to get rid of it Likewise make the piece thicker and join with rest Make a low pillar, connect, and make a hole inside. Now that I am making a windmill, it reminds me of a “windmill turn” (side flip, a martial arts move) I once learned Hapkido (Korean martial arts) back in elementary school, but I quit within two months because I couldn’t do a “windmill turn” I still remember that. I am currently trimming the edges with a soldering iron. Please make sure you are careful not to hurt your hands This is not triangular underwear, but a small triangular piece We make a small hole in the piece like so With a motor (that came from a broken 3D pen) we fix it onto this small piece … wait I mean onto this triangular underwear Fix it well in place so that it won’t move. This is a ridiculously expensive piece of acrylic (literal translation: “dirtily expensive” Make indents into the acrylic and carefully… … hmm … … actually … there is no need to be careful. Snap off the corners and test if it fits on the bottom Hmm … fits well This is a portable fan. Well now … this was once a portable fan. We need to take out the battery and the charging module from this fan Place the motor on the top and make a hole and make a hole for the button. Make sure it’s fixed on well. Now finish off by covering it up with the acrylic. For the windmill fan part, we cut a piece of wood We use superglue to stick it together. So you ask, why do we make the windmill fan with wood? … there is no good reason. There just happened to be wood sticks lying on my side -_- Hmm … they spin well. Add texture to the wings. Now we are making the skin of the windmill fan Hmm … almost done. Now I am going to colour it in I painted it with water-based acrylic paint Nago (the cat) seems to be bored -o- hmm … feels good Although Nago tries to act cute to attract attention YouTube is #1 priority those eyes o o so pretty 😍 I am now doing a detailed colouring to finish off Finally, I’m placing on an alter The Netherland, De Adriaan windmill is complete! fin I hope to see you again in another, more exciting, video Thank you 🙂 Up till now, this was Sanago

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