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October 30, 2014 AT 5:41 pm

3D Printed Maleficent Horns #ElectronicHalloween #3DThursday

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Maleficent Atelier Fard Bulb Zone

Delphine Masson of Bulbzone sent in these lovely photos of a recent cosplay project, Maleficent. In this collaboration, she was inspired to use 3D printing to compliment amazing make-up effects. The LED Fire Horns project was a perfect resource for adding that extra depth to the costume and really highlights how 3d printing and cosplay make a magnificent combination.

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To explain the project a little, I have 2 friends specialized in make up. They’re opening L’Atelier Fard, a make up school in my area and they talked to me about this Maleficent body painting for a pink october evening. I proposed them to print your horns (instead of playing with cardboard) and here our Maleficent collaboration began! I changed the x size at 110,41mm on MakerWare, the prints were perfect without supports with a PrintinZ plate and the effect was just incredible!
Thanks for this design, it’s really cool! 🙂

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Thanks Delphine for sharing!

Be sure to check out the LED fire horns, the #ElectronicHalloween and cosplay posts on the blog for more project ideas.


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