Carbonite Han Solo

by bobpony, published

Carbonite Han Solo by bobpony Dec 1, 2015

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A remix of LucidPsykosis' Han Solo Minifig. I've made a number of tweaks:

  • It's resized to fit 1.5 inch minifigs
  • The handles have been beefed up to click into a minifig hand
  • Texture has been added, including a face, shirt, and carbonite detailing
  • Boot bottoms have been filled in most of the way to avoid an undercut
  • Sides of the model were trimmed just to finish the carbonite base off a bit
  • Built supports into the model for the handles
  • Pegboard holes have been added to the back of the model. They're still not sized quite right for a full pegboard, but a single peg snaps into place nicely (that's how I did the 'hover' effect in the photo). Now Han can be snapped up on Jabba's wall as a display!

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Supports are built in for the handles. Just snap the thin walls off when the print is done.

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Fiddling with Tinkercad.

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