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Little Pumpkins

by Davision3d Oct 10, 2015
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Nice! Keep up the good work!

Best halowin thing is the best

Hi, thank you, very good design, you make de low poly modelation or use other program for make this ?

I scaled these up by 12%, printed 100 of them with no infill (except the first 2mm, to prevent errors), and added them to a string of white LED Christmas lights. Now I have Halloween lights. :-) Thanks for a very fun design.

Printed one out as a test and my kids loved it! My son asked me to make a body for it, lol. Thanks for sharing!

Awesome work!
Thank you for uploading.
Have sent a tip.


I was really skeptical about printing these without supports, but I'm happily surprised. All 9 printed no problem, my coworkers think they're the coolest things ever.

what orientation do you recommend printing these guys in at default scale?

Love the names of your cute little pumpkins!

Nice work. I am printing Piercy at 400% to hang on the front porch.
It would be nice to have one at 600% with the same wall thickness as the small ones for this purpose.
The current print is 4 hours long.
I plan on inserting a battery and a LED blinking light and mounting it at the front door on Halloween.
Next my plan is to print enough of the small ones for kid treats.
A big one should have a hanging hole to install.

These look fab! Which LEDs did you use?

In the pics I used some old Christmas lights thingy but I now use little LED tealights on which I can simple put a pumpkin on top. Generally any small LEDs should work fine.

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These are really well designed, thank you. I'm just printing them out with a base to clip on a torch as a stand. They do use a lot of plastic at 200% :)

Nice, please show a pic when done.

Added as a remix as they don't have a "stuff made for" option :)


Torch display pillar for bigger little pumpkins

What program were these modeled in?

3dsMax, I used the Polycruncher plugin quite a lot to make my more high res modeled pumpkins low poly.

Ah I was going to guess ZBrush + Decimation master - fantastic models!

Did you start from a box model and then boolean them / extrude teeth? I am working on transitioning from Maya to Max.

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Nice work! Can't wait to print these guys out!

These are great! Should Get Featured! @Makerbot

These look really good. You do a real good job at modeling. I was wondering if i could possibly get your help on project I'm doing. I'm not so good modeling characters and things like that.

No, I have more then enough projects of my own. The more you model the better you get.:)