May 28 2016

Reporting That I have collected All of the Ultima Virtues in Real Life!

Sort of anyway. I mean if the artwork is Denis Loubet’s, turned from virtual into 3D printed item, and you buy one of each, that sort of qualifies! Which is the collection I have been reviewing for you for something like a year now, and the last two items from Alternate Universe, Denis Loubet’s store on Shapeways, came in today!

Before I show you cool photos of the entire collection, though, let’s take a quick look at the two last pieces I was waiting on.

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I purchased honesty in blue plastic as I had not tried any of the standard plastics on the virtues. I expected this to be a smooth plastic but instead it is sort of grainy with some texture to it. I like that a lot more as it gives the piece something to feel and touch. As I did expect it is very light, so depending on whether you like having weight or do not like having weight will make this a right or wrong choice for you.

Last but not least is the Swept Ankh. This is the smaller of the two versions in the store, and I ordered it in Matte Black Steel. For my personal preferences, I like the weight of this piece a lot more than the larger one, but it all depends on your personal tastes.

Without further Ado, enjoy these awesome photos to properly enjoy the eye candy!


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Posted May 28, 2016 by Sir Stile Teckel in category 3D Printing, Denis Loubet, Recommendations

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