Homo Extrudicus found in somerset U.K.

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Homo Extrudicus found in somerset U.K. by flint_read Jun 20, 2012

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The skull of a very rare Homo Extrudicus Printrbotus, as found in Glastonbury, somerset. also known as Glastonbury-man.

actually...a zbrush sculpt I did as a test last night


1 Print
2 name him Yoghurt as in "Alas poor yoghurt,I knew him well, Horatio!".
3 Strut your lonesome hour upon the stage.
4 laugh and laugh and laugh....

Try printing Him without support material for the Homo Extrudicus EXTREME experience.

I have included the original .Obj so you can edit his expression ect.

I Look Forward to seeing what you come up with derive away!

If you derive from him Please follow the naming convetion Ie. at the moment he is Glastonbury man If you are in say Chicargo please name the derivetive Chicago man ect. so we can follow his evolution and genus as it evolves

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Nice work. I was looking for a model of Glastonbury Tor and your skull came up :)

I would love to get one cast in aluminium and use him as a gear shift knob

Now if only I could print him with that paintjob. What paints are you uisng? I have not attempted to pain any of my prints yet....

I am getting these results with citadel miniature paints on both ABS and PLA and a gloss acrylic varnish

I would like to give credit for the inspiration for this sculpt to the excellent work of Andeas which you can find here http://www.thingiverse.com/andreashttp://www.thingiverse.com/and...