1:60 Country Picnic

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1:60 Country Picnic by PrettySmallThings Sep 23, 2012

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21041Views 8100Downloads Found in Model Furniture
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A collection of very small things, with a vague country picnic theme.

Daid's D&D prop items have been scaled to match other items.

The standing man is a modified google sketchup item. Despite attempts to fix manually and in netfabb, this model throws tons of errors, but prints fine.


Windmill and picnic table require assembly. All items should print file without support.

Printed on a Replicator with skeinforge 47 and acceleration turned off. Set "Extra Restart Distance to 0" under Dimension to print the small diameters in this design. I do not have an operational skeinforge 50 profile that prints small diameters reliably at any speed - I'd welcome any tips if you're able to do so.

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Beautiful! I'd love to paint this set up.

Nice re-use of my simple models :-)

I love the design of the stool and square table. Simple but very nice looking!

Somebody on Thingiverse is going to make that windmill generate enough juice to run an LED.

I give it 3 days, tops.

 The way it's blowing outside today here it wouldn't take much :-)