Don't Panic

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Don't Panic by DarkAlchemist Dec 18, 2012

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Just something I was working on from the classic "The HitchHiker's Guide To The Galaxy" mascot.


200mm prints so scale to size.

The tongue will give you heck.

edit: 12/30/2012 I have added a lower poly count version for those who may have had issues with the higher poly count version. I didn't with 8 gigs of ram and Cura but some have with other confiugurations (1 or 2 gigs of ram) and other slicing programs (slic3r).

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Yep, I loved that series and the radio program was slightly better imo. What I wish the BBC would do is release HHGTTG tv mini series on Blu-Ray as I would snatch it up immediately. All I have is a really bad copy from 10 years ago.