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.