Stonehenge and more 3D printing adventures!

Time for a weekendcoffeeshare, and an ode to what else we can print other than just costumes!

Coffee, well a chai latte, and large at that! We would tell you that we’ve working hard this week with designing and printing parts to upgrade our current 3D printer. That we still have more images and updates to share with you all, in between the upgrades, and getting the Bespoke team motivated into writing! Our coffee would be takeaway, with a walk along the way, as there doesn’t seem to be any stop in our week, or weekend.

Sleep went out the window months ago when the 3D printer arrived, and with trying to get the business established. So perhaps some protein as well like a bacon butty for the way back to man cave.

We would want to share with you the number of people we’ve helped this week with their own technology or printing questions. We would ask about your week, and hope you’ve had more sleep than we have! With a glimmer in our eyes, we would tell you about the next upgrades, the next thing we are going to print, and how this 3D printing is really snowballing already.

We would ask if you have Lego Batman yet? A small break we took from making costumes to watching the film, and we would tell you it was well worth the break. That Batman was not only suitable for the small kids, but the big kids too, with humour both aimed at the younger and older audience members. That listening to the sound of a cinema filled with laughter, and children, makes us more determined to build and make good quality unique costumes, for everyone.

We would ask for your thoughts on The Batman apparently having no set director yet, through the disputes splashed over the news section of search engines this weekend. Then we would love to know where you will be going to cosplay this year, as we are contemplating where to showcase the 3d built costume once complete.

Then we would get onto the Stonehenge build, something different from our costume shares. The one to help with homework, and then the 3d printed fish tank that followed suit. To how we don’t just work on costumes pieces, but we can also print other items, and also design some as well.

After our unfortunately brisk catch-up, we agree to meet another time, when less builds are under way, and perhaps we might have time to even sit down to discuss the world of films, characters and cosplay. Hey, we might even mention the 3D printer once or twice too!

In our next catch ups we will be covering 3D printing upgrades, updates to the 3d printed Batman costume, and lithopanes!

Have a great weekend,

Bespoke Fantasy Costumes.

Stonehenge model 3D printed by Bespoke Fantasy Costumes. 2017. Photo by Bespoke Fantasy Costumes.



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