The Nuka Cola Rocket Bottle from Fallout 4! The model consists of 2 parts, the bottle itself, and the bottle cap. I designed this with functionality in mind as it is made to contain 150ml of liquid and the bottle cap shaft is extended to cap the bottle.
To finish my bottle, I heavily sanded and filler primed the surface to a smoothness I wanted, painted it black, and applied a clear vinyl sticker of the “Nuka Cola” label I made in Inkscape to finish it off.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1239079
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