Yoda - a tribute to Stuart Freeborn

by Japalura, published

Yoda - a tribute to Stuart Freeborn by Japalura Feb 10, 2013


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A Light Shade for LED-tealights up to 40mm diameter and 20mm height (without flame).

This Yoda is dedicated to make-up artist Stuart Freeborn who died on February 5th aged 98. He modeled Yoda based on his own face and partly on Albert Einstein.

If you got too much cash buy a ceramics version there:
If you are broke download it here and add it to your favorites on Shapeways. :-)

(This object is fan art and in no way affiliated with any specific company, product or person)


its about 8cm high and only 1.1 mm thick, so you might want to scale it up for printing and put a normal light into it.

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Hi please can you tell me if you used supports to print this.

with what program do you create the pattern with the holes in the head i want te create something like that but i don't find how to start.

same question with roeland22896

Question - I cant imagine this thing prints without support - how do you manage to remove it from the upper portion of the model?

by the way it builds up it stays connected with the layers underneath

Great model. Thanks.