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Latest Work.

Marvel’s Ironheart

Read the blog post. This was commissioned by Marvel and it is also my own interpretation of parts of Ironheart’s armor so please do not ask me to give you my 3D files. Read More

Mana Potion Pendant

Buy the pendant here. Read the blog post. My good friend and talented jazz pianist, Elaine Kim, needs help in her battle against stage three cancer. So, I made a mana potion pendant to help raise funds. Read More

The 3D Printed Sovereign Armor

Blog post #1: The Making of the Medieval-inspired 3D printed women’s Sovereign Armor Blog post #2: The Sovereign Armor & Marisha Ray photoshoot The Sovereign Armor made in honor of the creatives out there who know how both incredibly empowering and lonely it is to be the ruler of your dreams and creations. See the video here. Read More

Dreamer Mask of Resilience Terrarium Pendant

Read the blog post. When your day just isn’t going the way you want it or you’re feeling like you’re falling farther and farther away from your goals, it’s easy to want to give up or lose hope. Read More

Latest Blog Posts.

Making my interpretation of Marvel’s Ironheart armor for cosplayer Lexi Momo

December 3, 2017 | Melissa Ng
This was commissioned by Marvel and it is also my own interpretation of parts of Ironheart's armor so please do not ask me to give you my 3D files. This is also a look into my process and NOT a how-to. Change. Some people avoid it while others are hungry for it. Change can either open doors or shut them. It means being uncomfortable or facing the unknown. Change is risky...but so is not changing.

Whether you love or hate change, there's no doubt that it brings new experiences.

We've seen fans love or hate artists for changing their style or trying new things. We've also seen fans remain supportive or complain when an artist has a lack of new creations. I feel lucky that my fans have been really supportive throughout Lumecluster's evolution. Even though change is always in my future (just not so drastic anymore), I'm still scared every time I branch out and explore. But my bigger fear as an artist is being pigeonholed and not enjoying my work anymore. Read More

2016 Year in Review: Growing pains + 2017 Phoenix armor sneak peek

December 28, 2016 | Melissa Ng

It seems appropriate that 2016 is the year I started designing armor because I really needed it.

For those of you who may be new here or don't know me very well, I like to take on challenges of all sorts. But this year, the challenges were different in that they were very public and often required me to be in front of a lot more people (something I usually like to avoid...).

If you want to learn more about me and how I got to where I am, listen to The Guardian podcast where I chat about how I became a successful 3D printing artist within less than a year.

If 2015 was the year that was all about guarding my solitude and making time to soul search, then 2016 has been all about forcing myself way beyond my comfort zone. Here are my most memorable 2016 moments and what I learned along the way... Read More

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