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Pokemon: Togepi

by Thetribster Oct 27, 2012
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feet aren't flat so my first print ended up being just a ball of nothing after a few layers. I flattened the bottom and trying to print again, will see how it turns out.

What'd you use to color it?

does it need support for printing?

DO CHARIZARD NEXT PLLLLZZZZ!

im also very interested in the type of scanner used.

Changing the name to Pokemon: Togepi

Thanks scottswanguarim! 

Wow, I should have known that, I actually bought the stock back in the 90s (KIDE), they had exclusive distribution right sin the US - made a killing too. I found this upstairs in my kids room and thought this will be good to try and scan.
I am using Next Engine to perform the scan along with the software that comes packaged with it (ScanStudio). While I don't work for the company I wouldn't mind - this is a great product but unfortunately I'm just learning how to use both it and this kind of software (3D) so my scans will get better as I learn all the tools (MeshLab, OpenScad, etc). The scanner itself couldn't be easier to use, the software is easy as well but it isn't full blown, unfortunately there are a couple other packages they require you to buy in order to have a full 3D set of tools. I'm trying the open source way first, but I may end up buying the software from them.  

This "silly egg creature" is in fact a pokemon. Its name is Togepi.

Scan looks good! Mind if I ask what tech you used for scanning?