A little while ago during a Twitter conversation, somebody posted a photograph of a beautiful melanistic fox and suggested it might be a good subject for a model. I spent some time working out how to do the basic sculpt (quite easy) and then a multi material version (eek!)
Melanistic is basically the opposite of albinism, so the a dark coloured pigment in the fox's skin dominates and the red fox ends up black, sometimes with a shimmery grey effect hence being called silver foxes.
The little fox in the picture I used for reference had an interesting red patch thing going on. The photographs (and I am sure you will find them) were taken by the very talented Sam Gaby: https://www.instagram.com/keen.feed/
Models provided are single and multi material. You can of course mix the colours up as much as you like. Why not have a blue or a purple fox?
Single extrusion foxes by me. Lilac fox unpainted printed in lilac silk filament. The painted fox was printed in resin on a People Phenom
Awesome multi material Foxy printed by the very talented Mr Filament Frenzy
Prints on FDM and resin - the nose area may need some support
British techie (now 3D artist and designer) living in Texas since 2013. Owner of various open source printers. Love of assemblies, automata and support free models.
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