It’s always exciting when we receive freshly printed monsters because we finally get a chance to see and feel what we worked so hard on. Recently, we received 2 new monsters, our app now features 8 monsters. Each monsters features their respective items and textures which are all swap able with the other monsters, this generates endless combinations. We’re happy to bring these designs to life and we can’t wait to see the awesomatic new creations users will come up with once Monstermatic is released.
Above are a few pics of the monsters we recently received from our 3D printer. It really feels great see monsters come to life in our factory.
Check out our other 3D printed monsters on: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/monstermatic
Clayton is the creative force behind Monstermatic. A graduate of Ringling College of Art and Design, Clayton has spent time in the industry working at Sony Imageworks working on films such as Alice in Wonderland, Smurfs, and G-Force. It was his long time monster addiction that led him to create Mico Studio, which in turn is developing Monstermatic.
Mike is the artist with an eye for detail and a penchant for solving creative problems. After graduating Ringling College of Art and Design, Mike spent time developing mobile apps for companies such as Marvel, Disney, and Coca Cola. Mike’s motto: Keep it simple.
Levi is the engineer putting it all together. He is the magic man turning a few pieces of art and some ideas into an amazing app. Levi graduated that one place and spent years developing mobile apps. Levi’s answer to any given question remains always the same: “Anything is possible”
Christopher Dennis Lindsay is our new animator. His love for drawing and acting led him to a career in animation. Some of the films he’s worked on include the following: Hotel Transylvania, Disney’s Tangled & Open Season.