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Dreamer Regalia

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February 12, 2016

Felicia Day / 3D printed Dreamer Regalia armor photoshoot + battling impostor syndrome (Part 3 of 3)

February 12, 2016 | By | 16 Comments

QUICK RECAP. What is the 3D printed Dreamer Regalia armor? The Shapeways-sponsored Dreamer Regalia armor (with 3D scanning provided by Cokreeate) was created to inspire people to fight for their creative ambitions and to believe we have what it takes to make something amazing. Read More

Melissa Ng

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January 20, 2016

228 hours later, the 3D printed Dreamer Regalia Armor for actor Felicia Day is finished! (Part 2 of 3)

January 20, 2016 | By | 14 Comments

Read part 1: Project overview, designing the armor, and evolution of my art

Read part 3: Geek & Sundry photoshoot and video of armor

QUICK RECAP. What is the 3D printed Dreamer Regalia armor? The Shapeways-sponsored Dreamer Regalia armor (with 3D scanning provided by Cokreeate) was created to inspire people to fight for their creative ambitions and to believe we have what it takes to make something amazing. It symbolizes the protection for our dreams and is being created in honor of the Dreamer within each of us. The Dreamer that wants to give life to the imagination, make a difference, change things, push boundaries, and not conform to the status quo. Actor and Geek & Sundry founder Felicia Day had all of these qualities and more, which made her the perfect match for the armor.

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December 16, 2015

On lacking “proper artistic credentials” & 3D printing the Dreamer Regalia armor for actor Felicia Day (Part 1 of 3)

December 16, 2015 | By | 25 Comments

Read part 2: Painting, finishing, and final armor preview

Read part 3: Geek & Sundry photoshoot and video of armor

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“People are starting to look less at where you went to school, and more at what you’ve created.” —Chase Jarvis

Let’s be honest. Have you ever looked at someone else’s art or creations and thought “I wish I could do that but…”

“I don’t have the right credentials,
I don’t have the relevant degrees or education,
I don’t have all the right tools or materials,
I don’t have a natural talent for it,
I can’t start learning now because I’ll be too slow,
I have no idea where to start,
it’s too hard for someone like me,
it looks impossible…”

It’s a shame how many people stop before they even start. Read More

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