Itsa me, Mario! (update with eyes and M on hat)

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Itsa me, Mario! (update with eyes and M on hat) by 7777773 Aug 30, 2012
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This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/eerPwncfVnu


Quick edit with eyes and M on the hat, done in tinkercad. Took me about one minute!

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how did you design this in Tinkercad!? did you scan it or actually put it piece by piece? if so how long did it take?

Tinkercad now allows you to import any STL - in this case an earlier submission to the Thingiverse. I simply used four primitives in tinkercad to add Mario's eyeballs and hat "M" logo.

Wow! Good to know! How'd I miss that?

It's brand new - they updated maybe a week ago.