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Cubone Pokemon Skull Keychain

by gleichaberanders Feb 28, 2016
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I flipped him upside down, tried to align the bridge of his snout with the platform, then added supports. Turned out great.

Whats keyskull fixed? Can you explain that file

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Ushabti bone and reikland fleshshade?

How did you get it to look this way? Did you paint it - if so how?
Is there a video or something?

Well done!

A raft\brim helps a lot. and its rotated by -90° on the X axis.

AWESOME remix.

I'm having so much trouble printing this thing. I've used a brim to print it on its nose and every time it breaks off the plate about halfway through. Any advice?

I had the same issue around 50%. Dirty fix was pausing the print at 40% and taping the base down with bluetac

I have done a video on this print and thought I would let you all know about it https://youtu.be/DWlo6l2W4GY

Someone in Kalamazoo, Michigan has stolen this work. At one of the local Art Hops, around december of last year, they were selling them for $5 a piece. I unknowingly purchased several for me and my friends :(

I had te same issue as Minudra so I fixed the file in 3D builder. I haven't had the chanse to print it yet because my printer is down but I would love to send you the file so you can reupload it.

Slight issue I found when putting the file into Cura was the loop did not fit completely into the back of the skull. As such when I printed it at 150% I got a gap. Not an issue as I just used some milliput to fill and strengthen it but just for those that download it might be worth a quick fix.

Hey this is a rad remix! Can you note somewhere that this design isn't available for commercial use? The Cubone skull I've shared that you cite as a remix source is licensed Creative Commons - Attribution - Non Commercial, and while this license does not require you license derivatives in any specific way, it does insist that derivatives remain unavailable for commercial use and attribute contributors. Setting the license on this thing to CC-BY-NC would make that clearer to people browsing around. :)

Hey Bluebie,
Your design really is awesome to start with.
Totally forgot to change the license in the first place.
I changed it to CC-A-NC while linking to your account page aswell as to the skull's original page in the description.
Sorry for the inconvienience.