Welcome Martin to the KLAD blog!
By Martin Fahrer
Award winning Art Director and Production Designer for films and TV. Most of Martin’s career has been in Daytime television working on All My Children and One life to live simultaneously for over a decade. Currently a freelance Art Director his most recent project was Annie the Movie reboot which will release in December of 2014. Martin has 4 Daytime Emmy’s and 13 Emmy nominations. In his free time Martin train and compete as a Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at VITOR SHAOLIN’S Brazilian Jiu Jitsu academy. You can see samples of Martin’s work on his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fahrer-Design-Studio/136986382989327?ref=hl
I have recently purchased a 3D printer, I have been doing a lot of printing and calibrating. I love watching a Grumpy Cat made from nothing.
These printers work by extruding plastic in layers and can be very finicky as with all emerging technologies.
A gift should be simple to use and not have a high learning curve. What could have less of a technological learning curve than the first “pencils” of 3D printing than the hammer and a chisel. No electricity or technology needed Just some tools and a piece of wood or stone and you can find the object hidden within. Go to SculptureHouse.com. You can find a wide range of products from the Basic Stone Starter kit at 28.95 to a professional Stone Carvers set at 260.00, for that special sculptor in your life.