Creating custom figures can be done in many different ways. From paper cutout model, plastic assembly kit, 3D printing and many more, one of the most accessible ways is 3Dsimo Kit.
Today, I’ll tell you about an awesome template for building your own Golden Gate bridge.Golden Gate bridge was originally built in 1937 and is one of main attractionsof San Francisco ever since. The bridge consists of 2 towers, supported by 2 main cables, allowing traffic to flow across San Francisco bay. It is a true … Continue reading Golden Gate Bridge
Today’s project is little more complicated, since we will play with 3D drawing and electronics. Lightsaber was always a bucket list item for me. I’ve started this project by building the handle using 3Dsimo Basic, gradually adding more filament to create grey tube. Then I’ve added white highlights and details, while smoothing the surface with … Continue reading Lightsaber
This project was inspired by Avengers: Infinity war, specifically the Infinity Gauntlet. Who wouldn’t want one, right? For this project, I’ve used 3Dsimo Basic, since I can draw with it directly on my hand and not worry about temperature of the output filament. I have started by drawing on my individual fingers, then connecting fingers … Continue reading The Infinity Gauntlet
It all started with watching the movie Thor, when we got an idea for another great creation.I’ve always wanted to have Thor’s hammer in my possession, but every tutorial on the internet included way too many tools and hours of cutting, grinding, gluing and woodwork. Well, why not make my own Mjölnir by drawing it … Continue reading Mjölnir – Thor’s hammer