Yeah but at least they only like slap it in the blockheads. Or so it seems.
I printed the first one! I had to halve its size though, lol.
This is before I cleaned him up a bit:
This is after I cleaned him up:
He will fall over if he’s not secured with glue or something.
Just to see his real size:
This was the original one I printed, but it messed up. I just took off the deformed body and kept the legs.
I tried one that was one fourth of the original one’s size:
Ironically, this one had a body, but it didn’t have legs. Don’t judge me when this came to my mind:
The glue and spinner were used as reference to see their size.
dude, that’s really cool of that 3d printed dodo
Oh man that’s tiny.
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Hmm, I kind of liked the beard that your dodo had before you “cleaned it up”
Wow!!! You actually have a 3D printer. It’s so cool. I have a 3D pen, but the effects are nowhere near as precise as the printer.
You could try painting it in acrylic… coat in painting varnish
I have an idea for one more… keeping @Jemnidad in mind for this next one
Awesome! That one is the best yet! (or you could say it is thebest1ever)
What do you use to draw this? I might try it, maybe I’ll be better at this than painting.
The sign font is really nice
Autodesk Sketchbook. It was free on the AppStore when I got it, I think it still is. It’s by far better than the one I payed $7 for last year.
Made another. My last one, as I am turning in my school iPad tomorrow. I might be able to do some stuff on the computer, if I feel like it. It’s so much easier with a touch screen though.
@jemnidad I hope you like it, you’re my inspiration for this one
This is amazinggggg!!!
you do it on iPad? cool. I use windows paint, lol