123D Creature: Elephanticus
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This long nosed dude was created in Autodesk 123D Creature for iPad. He took about an hour to sculpt and prints best inverted (file attached) with supports enabled in MakerWare. He can be a bit tricky to carve out of the support structure but the results are worth it. Try it with red filament as large as your printer will allow and then set sails for good times.
Created by: Dan Pressman
For best results print with supports enabled in MakerWare using the inverted model attached below (Autodesk_123D_Creature_Elephanticus.stl).
All of the creatures we upload have been created within the 123D Creature App on iPad and will be available for download and editing from within the in-app Creature community. So if you want to add some additional arms or legs, play with posing or change the proportions of any of these files just head on over to the App Store and download the App today! Anything you create in 123D Creature can be exported as an OBJ file using the mesh export option for easy import into MakerWare.
Download 123D Creature for your iPad: https://itunes.apple.com/app/123d-creature/id594014056
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