Bored Frog

by MustangDave, published

Bored Frog by MustangDave Dec 3, 2015


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I created this 3d photo-scan using Autodesk Memento. I re-sculpted certain parts of the model that were not very detailed or abnormal. This frog is a mirror image of myself when I am waiting for a 3d print to finish. Please do not use this for commercial purposes or financial gain.

What did the frog order at McDonald's?
French flies and a diet Croak. knee slapping

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great jod. prints perfectly and looks amazing!

Hi what settings did you tried?
I want to print it big (325mm high) and would like to save on filament.

I would recommend support. I printed at 0.2mm layer height with honeycomb infill only where needed.

Hi MustangDave,

Are you willing to share a step file of your model? Just scaling it 320% gives me some trouble...and uses a lot of material...
I like to make it hollow ( without the need of supports), but all software tools crash when working with the stl file.

Sorry, I do not currently have a step file for this model, nor do I have a program that can export to step. I heard somewhere you can use a program called FreeCad.

Hi MustangDave,
I really love the design.

Thank you for the comment. I am glad you enjoy it.