All currently available models have been updated with CarveWright native ptn files.
I have set up a bulk purchase page on my site. From my home page you’ll click “Products” then click “Bulk Purchase.” That will take you to a page with every model listed. Check the boxes by the ones you want to order then click “Order Now.” If you are ordering at least 6 models I will give you a 10% discount on the order. It’s not automatic so you’ll need to contact me via the contact form on the site for a one-time use coupon code. Limit 1 discount per customer.
I pulled the 337th ACS model. I couldn’t stand it, it’s just not good enough. Once I get caught up on some backlog I’ll re-visit it.
The latest model is uploaded and available, the USAF Combat Controller emblem. Next up, Pararescue.
Since starting this blog I’ve had 2 comments from readers and 479 spam comments. For some reason people prefer to use my contact form to comment on a blog post. I don’t have a problem with that but I do have a problem with the spam/comment ratio, so I have turned off comments. You can still reach me via the contact form on the site, or by emailing me at email@example.com, or on my facebook page, or pm on the Vectric forum to username cac67.
and I don’t like it. I normally post my pictures on the site at an angle to show off the height of the model, but in this case what looks like a slightly demented wolf from the front looks like a head with legs from an angle. Unfortunately the angle of the original artwork would have required me to have an unreasonable z height to make it look good from an angle, probably measured in feet!
So I did the best I could to make it look good from head on, and even that ended up at 5 inches of z. I ended up shrinking it down to fit in my standard height for modelling a crest (3 inches z) and ended up with style a at 2.999 inches in height, mostly the wolf. I really have my doubts that this will carve well at all and no chance it will carve right on a CarveWright.
Shrinking it cost a lot of detail on the wolf, and shrinking it any more will most likely not only render the wolf a featureless blob but also wash out the background detail. And it will most likely need to be shrunk down since it’s almost 20″x18″x3″.
Bottom line, don’t buy this one if you don’t have to. Seriously.