Head of a Buddha

by chrisniederer, published

Head of a Buddha by chrisniederer Feb 24, 2013


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A 123d catch scan of a buddha was taken by my coworker Cleveland of his buddha statue. I took the resultant mesh and touched it up in Meshlab and Sculptris, final output created by Netfab.


This was printed on a Makerbot replicator 2 at .2mm layer thickness and 5% infill

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Hi, This mainly looks correct but you could do with adjusting the eyes, they should be slightly open and not closed. (I paint statues)

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head of buddha
by prk_mek
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Printed with Black PLA, Resolution 0.3mm, Timelapse

thanks dude, no one has ever made a video of one of my models before.

By far the best buddha head on thingiverse but i was disappointed, when i saw that the hairline and the head itself are turned/twisted to the left. Look in the "Made"-Category, you'll see what i mean.

"The great perfection that many on the spiritual path seek and ultimately fall short of finding is that perfection is the imperfection of all things."

Made 3 of them in different scales. 0.5, 1 and 1.5 . Printed in white ABS with my SD3. Came out great.