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CreepersMustDie by mortinus Jan 5, 2013


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I present to you...Creepers Must Die! A Diorama action sequence. Stab your minecraft sword into the doomed creeper skull again and again...because we all know you rarely do so in the game.

I've been in a minecraft mood lately! Especially with the release of the new patch, I'm loving it....mostly. The creepers, of course, are always annoying. They sneak up on me, SssSsSsssSS dead. :(

I found a picture of a sword stabbed through a creeper skull...loved it! Decided to make it a reality, since that's what 3D printing is all about.

This set includes:
1x Minecraft Pixelated Sword
1x Creeper Skull (Front)
1x Creeper Skull w/ Pegs (Back)
2x Soulless Eye Plugs


No Support Required! (W/ correct orientation)
I suggest roughly 15% Infill due to some shared thin edges.
Sword features raised facets so you can color the tiles individually.
Please be aware you might need to scale this down to fit your print bed! :)

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Cool model. Any chance you could provide separate STLs for the different parts?

To print:
Import STL in NetFabb, rotate 90 degrees on X.
Repair and Export STL.
Use Slic3r, scale 300%

Depending on the tolerance capabilities of your printer you might need to sand down the "eye plugs" and "pegs" that are inserted into the back of the creepers' skull.

Yeap, I broke my pegs. I think one larger square "connector" would be better. Maybe an empty square space and an embossed "X" would be easier to squeeze in.