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April 16, 2015 AT 7:00 am

Catastronaut Space adventurer #3DPrinting

CATASTRONAUT 3D MODEL

Wayne Dorrington shared an awesome project on Thingiverse.

Download on Thingiverse

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You can learn more at http://www.ishouldreallygetoutmore.com

I’m an illustrator and Art Director working in London. I’ve dabble in using 3D printers at work, but only to run out simple models.

This is my first serious attempt at making a custom 3D model kit. It took several months and a lot of learning!

I created the 3D model using AutoDesk 123D – which is a fantastic program to start learning how to create a 3D model. With its simple tools I was able to make everything you see.

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