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8-Bit Buddha

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8-Bit Buddha by MakerBot Jun 26, 2012

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May 8-Bit Buddha guide you in your Digital Dharmic Path.

*Created by Jason Bakutis*

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Another way to make a 8 bit type model is with tinkercad's mine craft export, and then cura's mine craft import, it makes the process fairly simple for a non surface modeler like myself.

Thanks for this great buddha mod! Actually, I would love to combine it with the original part, before the "downsampling". Could you post a link to the original STL, please?

It looks just like my minecraft creation. Definitely on my print list.

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8-Bit Buddha by MakerBot is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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IronGland on Oct 17, 2013 said:

Another way to make a 8 bit type model is with tinkercad's mine craft export, and then cura's mine craft import, it makes the process fairly simple for a non surface modeler like myself.

danieldikovsky on May 17, 2013 said:

Thanks for this great buddha mod! Actually, I would love to combine it with the original part, before the "downsampling". Could you post a link to the original STL, please?

spyle on Feb 2, 2013 said:

It looks just like my minecraft creation. Definitely on my print list.

Spaceman-Spliff on Oct 11, 2012 said:

I suddenly feel like if I knelt down before it it would tell me to go pick up the pouch next...

MakerBot on Jul 1, 2012 said:

Thanks to fredini (see comment below) for teaching me how to make things 8-bit.

:)

fredini on Jun 28, 2012 said:

Nice 1 Jason!

EliteNetworks on Jun 27, 2012 said:

Retro Digital! Keep It Awesome!

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