Look of Disapproval Glasses à² _à²
by plasma2002, published
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I needed some Look of Disapproval glasses in a pinch, and ended up drawing a pair and cutting them on my laser.
Afterwards, I noticed Thingiverse was missing the ever-so-helpful Look of Disapproval, so I figured I would fill the gap :)
The idea came from a pair of the same type of glasses I had previously purchased from another maker, Tim Saylor. These are not a copy of his design, but rather a new, hand drawn, rendition of the famous Look of Disapproval.
JUST WANT TO PURCHASE A PAIR?
A few people have asked me if I could just sell them a pair. For this reason, you can now buy the glasses straight from my shop, The Plasmatorium: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Plasmatorium
This model is to be cut out on 1/8in material on a laser cutter.
Acrylic or wood would make a good look.
Once cut, just stick the arms through the holes, and start disapproving.
CUSTOMIZE: Everyone's head and face is a little different from everyone else's. You may wish to further customize your pair of glasses to look better on your face. I would recommend adjusting things like how flat the ovals are, how far out the "eyebrows" go, how high up they go, and even how thick that top line is.
Find something that looks good for you
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