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Dutch Druplicon

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Dutch Druplicon by berkes Jun 7, 2012
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A Druplicon, the avatar of the famous Open Source CMS Drupal, wearing Dutch Clogs.

It was made for a conference in the Netherlands.

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The "druplicon.stl" is printable as is. It is small, when printed, so you might want to scale it 200% before printing.

The sourcefiles are a scad for the clogs, and scad for the shape. The shape consists of a (blender made) drop-shape, a dwg for the face and some ugly scad shapes.
They are provided mostly as reference and for those who wish to improve them.

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I was about to make this model when I realized you already had. Nice!

Also, this is pretty meta because I'm pretty sure Thingiverse itself was made in Drupal.

«Also, this is pretty meta because I'm pretty sure Thingiverse itself was made in Drupal.»

Quite certainly it is not: the fingerprints are all wrong and the url-schemes are way off. If it was built in Drupal, they have spent an enormous amount of effort to hide that fact: which I highly doubt.

Ah, I stand corrected! I was led astray because there is a Drupal module that integrates the thingiview model viewing javascript.

As for the model, I gave a copy to a Drupal loving friend and he loved it! Only feature I had a little trouble on was the sharp overhang where the toe of the shoe first comes off the ground.

Could you please make a tutorial about how you made this guy. He is really cool.

Thank you! I made it using a quite random and large toolchain of Open Source Software. Mostly because it was only the result that counted for me, not so much the re-usability. I do plan to improve the source-files to make them more adaptable, though. E.g. strip out blender and make the overal drop-shape with openscad too.

I want this Druplicon to be adaptable for every regional and personal Drupal group. The Belgian one standing on a waffle, the German wearing a lederhosen, the english with a tophat and the U.S one carrying a rifle. :)

Tools include:

  • Openscad for the overall modelling.
  • Blender for the generi
    c, organic drop-shape. Because I could not get the asymetric drop-shape from mathematics.
  • Inkscape with dxf-export and freecad to improve that dxf. For the face-shape.
  • Openscad for the clogs.

HTH.
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