One-liner/ Summary: Making unique wearables for Cryptovoxels
Project members (names & wallets): Christa Schadt aka Gemini Rising geminirising.near
Total h: 1 hour
Material costs (in N):
Target: Physical Audience in Lisbon
Requested amount: 25 near
Physical events: workshop at Arroz Studios
Timeline: June 28th 2021
Description: I would like to do a hands-on workshop on how to make one of a kind wearbles for Cryptovoxels using Monster Mash and then exporting a obj file to MagicaVoxels, where we will adjust and colour the item and make it ready to be imported into CV. Both of these apps are free - Monster Mash is an online app (https://monstermash.zone/) and MagicaVoxels is downloadable (https://ephtracy.github.io/). I think it would be cool to do a collaborative piece with the participants, where we could mint one piece for each participant that they could have for their CV avatar. For those not familiar with CV, I could also help onboard them into the space.
Here are some examples of things created using this technique:
I would love to make this workshop!
Thanks a lot for this proposal, this looks awesome and we’re looking forward welcoming you in Arroz
Please send me an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can talk about the details of the set up etc.
Sent! Looking forward to this!!
So do we!
Got it & will get back to you!
Looking forward meeting you next Wednesday. Please use this forum link to send the payout proposal to our DAO after completion of the workshop.
REPORT from @GeminiRising :
“Ok, so yesterday, July 28th we had a workshop at the Arroz Studios in wonderful Lisbon! We had a hands on workshop where we started with an online app called Monster Mash: New Sketch-Based Modeling and Animation Tool We decided to make a t-shirt and Erica drew one using an ipad. We exported it as an .obj file and then used a free program called MagicaVoxels (https://ephtracy.github.io/), where we polished off the shape created in monstermash and then decorated with colour. Everyone who wanted to, had a hand in creating the final design on the t-shirt. After we were all happy with what was created, I minted it on opensea.io using the matic side chain, which is found on metamask. We minted 20 copies and I then distributed them to the participants (or, I should say I am distributing them now!)”