Feather Earrings

by Vivenda, published

Feather Earrings by Vivenda Apr 3, 2013
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Feather Earrings. Has a loop for the necessary bits.


100% Infill
0.1 Layer Height
1 Shell - Could possibly get away with 2.

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I am wondering if there is a way to produce a more natural looking tool path similar to one found in real feathers (one that goes both sides from the stem)

Omg I love these! I made a pair for myself now all of my kids in class want them.

do you suggest any scale size or it's better to print it 1:1 size? thanks and sorry for my bad english

I would suggest 1:1 or larger. I haven't printed them smaller, so I can't say what the result will be like.