How to approach colour matching with 3D printing

Tory Bryant had been working at Hasbro painting toys when Laika hired her to hand paint the faces for the stop-frame animated film Coraline (see more on that here).

"It was the first time anyone had used 3D printing for stop motion," she says. At the time, Laika had a PolyJet printer that printed only clear or white parts. Tory and the other painters painted the brows, lips, freckles, teeth, gums, back of the mouth and the overall colour."

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