It's amazing how far 3D printing has come in the past few years! So much so that I can 3D print an ultra realistic model of my house!
In Realistic Scenery Vol.19 I use a resin based printer, the Anet N4, to 3D print a highly realistic replica of the house I'm currently living in.
To actually design the house I used a free web based program called TinkerCAD, it's really easy to use and for basic type shapes like a house it does the job perfectly.
Here is the video tutorial on YouTube if you'd like to follow along:
A lot of people ask how make my models look so realistic and to help answer those questions here are some of my secret tips for making model look realistic...
Those are just some of the techniques I use when taking the photos of the models, obviously there is quite a lot more with regards to equipment but that can be for another blog post.
For those of you who have made it to the end I have a little treat for you in the form of a photo: