Exciting times for G.I. Joe & Cobra collectors! Dive into our 3D printing journey, starting with a custom foot locker. Share your ideas, from vehicle stands to themed backdrops, and shape our collective future. Let’s innovate together!
So in between doing the large ASFV build, in which I am still working out different parts, I model and 3D print other pieces for my 1/12 scale action figures. This one is a 1/12-scale Jail Cell. 3D printing will begin early this week. But for the time being, enjoy the renders.
This is the big one. This is the “Awesome Strike Force Vehicle” inspired by the GI Joe A.W.E. Striker. I have been modeling and engineering this beast for the past few months. There are things that still need to be fixed and some more details to be added. But the good news is that I have started to print the prototype this week. Keep checking in for progress reports.
Do you remember the excitement of popping in a cartridge and turning on your NES for the first time? Do you want to 3D print your own mini NES? Sure you do. Join us as I share one of my first 3D prints.
If you wanted to rock the block in the 80s, the ghettoblaster was the way to do it. Putting one of these on your shoulder while busting out some bass-heavy tunes, made you the coolest kid on the street!
This is one of those prints that looks better from a distance. It is so tiny that trying to paint in detail can get a bit frustrating. I instead opted to paint the bucket white and then add details with a printed label. The chicken itself needs to look crispy and tasty. Finger-lickin’ good!