skull necklace charm #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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PixelPusher40 shared this project on Thingiverse!

I built this skull in 3ds Max. I wanted one small enough to use as a charm/necklace piece for my daughter (Halloween/Dia de los Muertos). The hole in back will fit a small battery-powered LED light (pack of 25 for about $10 on amazon).
Looks great with a light, or without… I used simple craft acrylic paints, then a coat of gloss varnish.

Please share pics if you make any, especially if you paint or make a necklace/craft project using this… i’d love to see it!
*tips are appreciated.

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