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Monty Python Foot

by cerberus333, published

Monty Python Foot by cerberus333 Jan 18, 2013



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And now for something completely different.
A foot to squash the object of your derision.


Not printed yet

I think this will require infill, but should not require support
(although the fallen arch might be debatable)

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Does it have a flat bottom .
If you approve, I would like to integrate this design Into my "replacable high heel shoe surface" :-)

The model posted does have the bottom cut flat.
If you need an "uncut" version let me know and I can post it.
And as far as what you do with it, that's up to you.
I post stuff with the understanding that others are going to
use the designs in ways I can't forsee.

So in short go for it!

I undertand the opensource, but I also try to be a gentleman :-)

no problem, i appreciate the courtesy.
As to this foot's anatomical accuracy.....
it was an attempt to match the cartoon.
In short its a horribly deformed foot.

Yes. Well done, sir....

This was on my list for a while, finally designed it.
Not perfect, but good enough for my purpose (and hopefully some others might have a use)