Castle Grayskull Birdhouse by DiMarzio #3DThursday #3DPrinting
The only thing I must add about this project, is … has no one had the courage to print it yet? I cannot wait to see something like this hanging in someone’s back garden, like one of those swinging plastic owls, scaring away wildlife and maybe even a prowler or two. “By the Power of Grayskull….!”
I wasn’t planning on doing this but since a lot of people asked for it, here it is 🙂 Just don’t be mad when there’s a hulky bird roaming your garden with a sword in it’s claw 😛
Took me quite some figuring out to get it in pieces. Zbrush isn’t that when it comes to exact flat surfaces so I hope this will be ok, it looks to me at least. It’s meant to stand on a surface, as I made a little ground plate for it. Check the instructions for me info.
I’m not a designer, more of an artist so that will be my excuse 😛
As always, pictures are welcome and comments ofcourse too 😉 Enjoy!
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Hope it’s big enough for an eagle. Only the awesomest birds can live in Castle Greyskull!
name the bird that moves in “sorceress of castle greyskull”