Folks really seemed to enjoy last week’s Settlers of Catan Robber, and what with the Super Bowl coming up and my having a 3D model of a football helmet just sitting around on Ye Olde Harde Drive, I’d be remiss if I didn’t remix it.
You can download this superb_owl for free right here. If you print one, tweet me a photo with hashtag #superb_owl on Super Bowl Sunday.
Better yet, Instagram dat shizz. All the kids with their hippity-hop and fleeky fleeks are on the Instagram, bae.
Superb_owl wouldn’t exist without the Thingiverse user cushwa’s excellent Owl statue, remixed many, many times by other artists. Thanks, cushwa, for all your hard work.
Almost forgot to mention: roughly a fortnight remains in Zheng Labs’ 3D printing Kickstarter funding period! We could use a boost.
We’re crowdfunding Faire Play 2: A Barbie-compatible 3D printed Roman chariot that can, in theory, be pulled by cats. If you haven’t backed yet, go throw it a coupla-tree bucks.
I’m taking a little break from designing Magic: The Gathering tokens to design this 3D printed cock ring before my enthusiasm for the idea peters out. It’s a simple design, so it shouldn’t be too hard on your printer.
I already had 90% of the rooster model from my Flamingo Among Chickens design, so it wasn’t much work to give it some feet and attach it to the base from my wildly-successful Nose Ring.
Printing at 100% scale fits on an average adult ring finger and is easy to put on and remove. An 85% scale print would comfortably fit an adult pinky.
I’ve got plenty more models, including the Nose Ring over at The Forge. Check ’em out.
A thousand quatloos to the first person to print this design in wood.
I have no idea what bug in the comic generator caused the text boxes to fill in completely with black, but I like how it turned out.
A while ago someone was uploading 3d-printable sex toys to Thingiverse. IIRC, the models got deleted pretty fast.
/dev/random is an autogenerated comic that scrapes Thingiverse and Reddit for content: here’s the lowdown on how it works.
A woman walks into a bar and asks for a double entendre, so the bartender gave her one.
I get teh feels that 3D printing at home has advanced to the point where we’re experiencing the same birthing pangs that desktop publishing did in the early 90’s.
This too, shall pass. Unfortunately, we’ll soon enter the period where ease of use means that Aunt Mary designs and prints you a coffee cup with your siblings’ headscans bulging out of it like Dead Space necromorphs.
Actually, I’d kind of like one of those.