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Model of the Week: Low Poly Pun’kins [Jack-o-lantasitical!]

Monday, October 24, 2016 8:33
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Well, THIS is timely. Why it wasn’t but four days ago that Simon, Adam and I were talking about how many tiny, 3D printed, low poly pumpkins we could hold in our mouth and still discernibly say ‘low poly pumpkin’– think ‘chubby bunny’ but with 3D printed pumpkins instead of marshmallows.

Sadly, our guesses were based on pure speculation, but now that David Hagemann has provided a set of sweet, low poly pumpkin prints, the competition can truly begin! David created nine different little low poly pumpkins, naming them Chompy, Slurpy, Crushy, Piercy, Slicey, Crunchy, Munchy, Smoochy and Squashy.

He designed them to either be snapped and stacked together or mounted atop a small LED light. Of course, the applications abound… You could create a necklace, put them in the eye holes of that cat skull you have on your desk, teach a chipmunk to jungle them or just spread the pumpkin love by throwing them lovingly at passers-by.

You can download the files on Thingiverse. (BONUS! Grab his torch size low poly pumpkin to set atop an outdoor light! Download here!)

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