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Octocat is watching you check in your source code.
Based on the popularity of the octopus model here on Thingiverse and the popularity of GitHub among programmers, I figured I would try making a creepy version of GitHub's octocat.
Version 2 of this model is the latest and fixes the flat areas found in version 1.
Version 1 of this model has a couple of flat areas in the cat's head. This is entirely due to my Blender skills and a big mistake that occurred early in the process, but wasn't caught until late. It's not noticeable at MakerBot resolutions, but if you were to print this on a fancy professional printer, I'd wait until the next version. There's also a minor problem with the cat's chin being just a bit too much of an overhang for a MakerBot to handle perfectly, but it still looks good after you cut away some of the slop/drool.
Octocat by BrianEnigma is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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