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Gelatinous Cube 25mm

by evanfarrar, published

Gelatinous Cube 25mm by evanfarrar Jan 6, 2013

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The classic dungeon foe of neutral alignment

This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online tinkercad.com/things/gglnJL1MpYA

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Well, maybe you could print it hollow, and then toss in a few items while it's printing... or slice off the top,(or where it meets the base) and then print it in two pieces....and add your objects... ;)

I could imagine molding one in silicon and putting the objects int he center that way, but yeah, that's a bit epic. Honestly, its a great model as is. Great representation for a good dungeon crawl. Pro looking minis are great, but just that we're able to make solid tabletop representation with a miracle machine is enough for me.

I wonder if a single-layer print of the cube using clear PLA would be close enough to gelatinous-looking?

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TheDigitalAlchemist on May 19, 2014 said:

Well, maybe you could print it hollow, and then toss in a few items while it's printing... or slice off the top,(or where it meets the base) and then print it in two pieces....and add your objects... ;)

dutchmogul on Jan 6, 2013 said:

Haha, yes!! Oh, if only we could print him clear with weapons, armor, etc in the middle. Actually, I might know a way....

laird on Jan 6, 2013 said:

I wonder if a single-layer print of the cube using clear PLA would be close enough to gelatinous-looking?

evanfarrar on Jan 6, 2013 said:

I'm always interested in more pro looking minis but I'm satisfied with having one more baddie to throw in the dungeon. I just plan to print with natural color PLA with no fill. but what if I hollowed the bottom and put another print inside....Wish I had dualstruders.

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