I like this! It’s fun to make plans for what others should do for our enjoyment… Let’s do Chris Fullmer, next!
Never done a 2d gif.
Lets have him made a checkered shirt. Whenever i think of him I think of checkered shirts. Could be because of his scale figure.
Pretty sure that is a staple of his wardrobe…
But can he model a monochrome checkered shirt for 3D printing? I that’s quite a challenge!
I’ve seen you have some really interesting chess pieces on your profile. How about a Box special Basecamp chess piece, no one’s done one already…
Speaning of chess pieces, I was drawing a bunch of these way back when: https://www.deviantart.com/sirethomas/gallery/37327007/Peons
Got a chance to print it in metal a few years back:
Now I want to see a large one of those, scaled up to fit inside this printer .
Oh, yea - might try that. The current size was determined based on the “free” print I was given to test the metal print.
Hah! The current model is yuuuuge! I must have scaled it down at the print service:
(Tiny blue dot is the bounds of the print)
I were thinking as large as possible too.
I more and more like the idea of having an option in Model Info for modeling size, affecting what real world length the internal floating points maps, like a built in Dave method, but that’s another topic!
Now I’m mostly worried of why the poor chess piece is so sad . Kinda feel sorry for him.
Alright, adjusted the size:
Oh but why? His world is such a joy…
…I think I was quite a bit more moody back in the days… now I’m just grumpy.
What about printing the Lego set so many times that we can build Bryce’s scale figure to scale (because it does not fit into the printer).
I just reworked my “Bolt Thingy” and uploaded “Nut Thingy” which threads were cut with “Bolt Thingy”. Technically they should fit each other after printing, that might be interesting. But, I wouldn’t get your hopes too high
Not this post, but the finish date! We are bumping the finish date out a few weeks! That means you have extra time to get your 3d-printable models up on 3D Warehouse with the #3dbcmodelgarden tag and have it printed by Ulitmaker and displayed at 3D Basecamp in Palm Springs!
Oh good I am half done!
@TheOnlyAaron - I tried to upload this to the 3D Warehouse but it kept failing to upload!
Its a 3D model I made of a local market cross near where I work. We printed it on the office Airwolf 3D printer and it came out really well, I had to scale it down for this, so not sure how it would print on a Ultimaker?
Nat Ellis - Basecamp 3D Print.skp (1.3 MB)
Is there a way to see all uploaded models with #3DBCmodelgarden as hashtag?