Meme 3d Printing Challenge - Manuel Poehlau

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Hello,

I want to put all my entries for the Meme 3d Printing Challenge in this thread.

I will start with a couple of Rage Comic Figures and the first one of this series is for free.


I hope you like it and I wish everyone good luck and lots of fun for this challenge.


-Manuel

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Here is my next Rage Comic Figure - FUU!

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Rage Comic Figure - LOL

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Sad Owl Meme Figure

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Grumpy Cat

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It´s Peanut Butter Jelly Time!

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Evil Toddler

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Professor

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Posted over 5 years ago
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Added a new model to my first post

Posted over 5 years ago
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Sad Owl added. Please share and/or like. He looks so sad : (

Posted over 5 years ago
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Grumpy Cat added!

Comments and critiques are welcome

Posted over 5 years ago
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Dancing bananas added ; )

Posted over 5 years ago
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That looks nice, especially the lol face in my opinion. Only thing, are the folds in the skin of the first few model going to print ok?

Posted over 5 years ago
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Thanks antgraphics. I think todays 3dprinters can do pretty fine details, but it also depends on the size of the print and the material. I´ve seen prints which were even more detailed.

Take a look at these prints from Rick Baker. They were done with the Maker Bot 2 http://www.prsnlz.me/oscar-winning-make-up-artist-rick-bakers-amazing-3d-prints/

Posted over 5 years ago
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Wow talk about detailed models. The Make Bot 2 is on the higher half of 3D Printers, I was thinking about the model printed on a cheaper printer like the CUBE X 3D, but you are right, on a good 3D printer the folds shouldn't be a problem. Have you printed any of the models actually yourself yet?

Posted over 5 years ago
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I didn´t print them yet, but maybe later. I want to try shapeways or sculpteo because I don´t own a 3dprinter (sigh)

Posted over 5 years ago
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Evil Toddler model added!

Posted over 5 years ago
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Just a few days left for the public voting!
Any likes and shares are more than welcome : )

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.604629772946052.1073741828.120821554660212&type=1

Posted over 5 years ago
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Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth added!

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