Ratchet & Clank is probably one of the most beloved sagas that he has created Insomniac Games. The adventures of Lombax and his inseparable metallic companion have given a lot of joy to the players since first appeared on PS2. In addition to the original triloga, the saga features a generous amount of spin-off, the so well received reboot of PS4 and recently we have analyzed Ratchet & Clank: Una Dimensin Aparte, the new and latest installment for PS5 that has stolen the hearts of the players who have already been able to taste it first hand.
✨CLANK’S FINALLY FINISHED✨
After many loooong months of printing, sanding and painting he’s finally done! Man this took way longer than I’d hoped haha 😅
An enthusiast of Ratchet & Clank has surprised the fan community as it has managed to build a replica of clank to real scale. As you can see in the attached images Tom Lacey, the result is fantastic. The Clank design It has many details and the proportions have been kept intact with respect to those of the character in the video game. Lacey has accompanied the images of a message in which she explains above the Clank creation process in real life: “After many months of printing, sanding and painting, it is finally finished! It took me a lot longer than I expected. “
Initially had some trouble figuring out the eyes, but in the end I went with a clear resin print (painted green with transparent Alclad) with the honeycomb pattern added to the model with a displace modifier, which ended up working quite well I think! pic.twitter.com/yJQgureyYe Tom Lacey (@HappyMoonInc) June 8, 2021
The fan post of Ratchet & Clank is accompanied by a thread in which it explains the Clank creation process from the initial idea, to the different steps you have followed to be able to recreate it as accurately as possible. According to him, he himself I printed, sanded and painted the 3D model. Even though he had some difficulties in designing the eyesHe ended up choosing a green painted clear resin print that worked quite well for him. As a curiosity, Tom Lacey comment that has not been inspired by any particular Clank model, as Clank’s design has changed over the years in various games.