Foot Prints

Probably my favorite 3D scan, I present the Sidekick! I sculpted this character, made a mold and then scanned it. I can print them in brass, silver and various plastics and in various sizes.

Three human feet with dog legs - red plastic, brass, blue plastic.
3 human feet with animal legs.

FOR SALE

I have one red prototype for sale – 2.5″ x 1″ high, with silver nails. If you’d like it, send $45 and your address (US only, please – if outside the US, please contact me jim.doran@gmail.com).

I plan to print more of these, including pairs, for the shop. If you’d like one, please email me.

Anatomy of a Crime Scene

Anatomy of a Crime Scene No. 7 – the Philanthropist Office. Can you solve this one?

Diorama in a Altoids tin showing an office.
A Wall safe hanging open
A single, pink scuffy slipper
Philanthropist desk
Tiny paperwork, smaller than a dime.
Scuffy slipper on a finger tip
Desk plaque reading philanthropist, sitting on the face of a dime.

Anatomy of a Crime Scene

I really wish someone could solve these mysteries. This time, it took place in a store for previously owned shoes.

A shoe store inside an Altoids Tin
A shoe store inside an Altoids Tin

Roshambo Play-set

I combined cut paper dioramas with 3D prints of my figures. Scenes from The Benefits of Radiation are shown below.

Diorama in an Alroids tin - cut paper and 3D print. A scene from Benefits of Radiation
Diorama in an Alroids tin - cut paper and 3D print. A scene from Benefits of Radiation
Diorama in an Alroids tin - cut paper and 3D print. A scene from Benefits of Radiation
Brass figure in a small container
Diorama in an Alroids tin - cut paper and 3D prints. A scene from Benefits of Radiation

Roshambo

The bar tender in The Benefits of Radiation is one of my transmuted figures. And, like the Cactus Headed Cowboy, I was able to scan the original figure and print copies.