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Spotlight: Donn Kinney — Hand-rig for Artifex Kindred

Spotlight: Donn Kinney — Hand-rig for Artifex Kindred

I am getting way ahead of myself with these, so let me preface by saying it’s going to be a while before I can think about posing them and then putting into production, especially because Donn of Bishonen House (and Break Step Velocity) has been able to nearly complete the project already, and of course I need to share it with you guys to let you know what is coming up in the future.

I’m typically prone to want to “not jinx myself” by keeping things quiet, but I really do want to talk about what’s coming, and this is one thing that has been talked about a lot, although I only recently thought about doing it digitally so that it could actually come to fruition within my lifetime. In the interest of transparency I also need to be open about how this is being made, lest anybody thing I am a machine.. you know the half of how slow I work and how many tasks I juggle, if that.

The original sculpt was made by me with clay and wire etc (this was actually the original style hand), professionally scanned by Nerol 3D and the resulting scan file has now been further worked by Donn Kinney so that I will be able to make my own poses and prepare hand sets in the near future.

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  • Marjie Volk
    Posted at 21:32h, 19 April Reply

    Is the idea to be able to pose the hand digitally and then print out any pose you want? I was a little unsure what the project actually was lol.

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