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January 22, 2015 AT 1:00 pm

#3DPrinted Arrested Development Stair Car #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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Justin Wilcott shares:

Here is a custom made 3D Printed Arrested Development stair car in the style of Pixar’s Cars. I originally did a render of this design in late 2012. There are 41 individual pieces. Most of the parts snap together, some are glued on.

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The design is in Maya, I made snaps and fitted each piece in the center of the scene, then broke out each piece into color groups and arranged them for printing.

read more on: http://justinwilcott.com/3d-printed-arrested-development-stair-car/


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