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This is my very first model for a 3d printer so I'd love to have feedback from you.
Updated information will be posted in the Instructions below.
It's a little pet monster for the 3d artist mag contest and it's supposed to be a decoration item.
Please let me know if this model can be printed or if the details are to small. I'll try to fix problems with the model.
I don't own a 3d printer so I'm not sure if everything is as it should be.
View Turntable here (bottom of the page):
The model is supposed to be printed in one piece.
Update 1: Orientation fixed.
Update 2: Chubs v2.1
As a result of the prints of Zarquon, mrtaylor and print3dXYZ and the feedback I've received so far I did the following changes:
-> no hole
-> higher resolution
-> about 110mm in hight (old one had 50mm)
-> exagerated details for better visibility
Update 3: Added new pictures.
Update 4: Chubs v2.2
-> Changed the spots on his head.
-> Now available as LowRes (50mm) and HiRes (110mm) version.
-> Updated the images.
Update 5: The LowRes Version is now also LowPoly ;)
Please let me know what you think, thanks!
Pet monster Chubs by andreas is licensed under the Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike license.
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