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Palette by RyanCavanaugh Oct 5, 2012
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Simple palette for working with paint. Each large pot is 1" in diameter.


Print. Make sure you have enough solid layers that the bottom will be watertight.

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Ah, I wonder why I didn't have that idea, it's a nice one :)
Any reason you used cylindrical holes instead of dents (by intersecting spheres with the body)? I don't have much experience with painting, but I was under the impression that a dent where the color gathers has its advantages. At least it cleans a lot better ;)

Lack of Sketchup skills, mostly :) I'd love to see a derivative using dents.

 haha, maybe I'll give it a try :) My choice of tool would be openscad, I think that's better for this job. Making the tear-shaped dents should be feasible, too.