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Crouching Woman by Auguste Rodin

by richgain, published

Crouching Woman by Auguste Rodin by richgain Aug 23, 2012

Description

This dramatic statue is in the Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden in the Washington DC mall.
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I selected it partly for the interesting subject matter and partly because it looked pretty printable, with no serious overhangs.
I took 30 high resolution photos from all around the statue and uploaded them using 123D Catch to make the model.

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I just made a sub-folder on my sd-card called "rodin". Amazing how many good Rodin models are on thingiverse. Thank you!

I think that looks printable and I agree it would be a great one for a capture if anyone knows where to find a copy.

I think that looks printable and I agree it would be a great one for a capture if anyone knows where to find a copy.

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Instructions

I have added some hollow cylinders inside the model to reduce the amount of plastic used when infill is turned on. Keeping a medium infill density will help to keep the top surfaces from falling into the model.

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virtumake on Nov 19, 2012 said:

I just made a sub-folder on my sd-card called "rodin". Amazing how many good Rodin models are on thingiverse. Thank you!

sniper4395 on Oct 11, 2012 said:

Awesome!  I love Rodin's Gates of Hell works. Think it'd be possible to do Fallen Caryatid Carrying Her Stone or would the overhangs be an issue? I was thinking it might be possible with support either turned on or built in.

richgain on Nov 3, 2012 said:

I think that looks printable and I agree it would be a great one for a capture if anyone knows where to find a copy.

richgain on Nov 3, 2012 said:

I think that looks printable and I agree it would be a great one for a capture if anyone knows where to find a copy.

cerberus333 on Aug 24, 2012 said:

Thanks for the hollow cylinders inside the model idea!

I have major issues with the top of model holes.
(I tend to have rounded tops (ie heads) on my models)
using infill seemed wasteful.
I will see if I can incorporate that strategy (or a similar method)
to 'buttress' the top of models.

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