Korean artist Sanago built a radio controlled model of the Porsche Taycan using a fascinating tool.
What if your designs could come to life in three dimensions? It is now possible, with a 3D pen. Halfway between the classic pen and 3D printing, this tool allows you to draw lines with plastic filament that dries instantly. Result: with a little patience (and a hell of a brush stroke), you can “draw” any object in volume!
This is what does Korean artist Sanago on his Youtube channel. And this creation is particularly close to his heart, since it is about his favorite car : the Porsche Taycan.
Hours of work, but a tailor-made result!
After having copied technical drawings to create the base of the model, he applied to restore the many curves of the Taycan with his pen. Then, using a soldering iron, he smooths the bodywork, and paints it, before adding many details which bring their touch of realism: LED lights, windshields, mirrors, license plates, etc.
Cherry on the cake: it can then slide a radio controlled car chassis in its model! After hours of meticulous work, he therefore finds himself with his dream car, but on a scale of 1:10. Discover the realization of this Taycan in 3D pen, on video :
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