Abel Vázquez Montoro
This place at Madrid
has being doing this for the last 2 years! So this japanese site is not the first one in the world... by far!
Paul Anthony
I just was wondering if this was possible. It would be great to have the bride and groom on the wedding cake be the actual bride and groom!
Fred V.
What material is used for the "printing?" Is it some sort of paper, or composite?
Karsten Evans
Or you could wear costumes and make your own chess pieces in different poses.
I agree with Paul, having the bride and groom on the cake resemble the actual bride and groom would be way cool.
I think it would be cool to have 'action figures' of oneself would be cool. One could make 'action figures' of school sports players or other groups.
If one has the money, it has potential.
Mick Perger
Or a life size one of Elle McPherson
Jason Falconer
Fred, I believe the material is referred to as sandstone. The material itself is a gypsum-based powder that is bound together with an adhesive and simultaneously embedded with color from an inkjet head, the final model is hard but brittle.
Get ready for an epidemic of lifelike sandstone penises.
This tech is also perfect to make voodoo magic dolls.
Voilà: http://studioimpresionarte.blogspot.com.es/2012/11/hoy-el-escaparate-de-studio.html