You may have seen this goose if you've been on the interwebs the last few weeks.
I took Nitomatta's fantastic 3D Model (thanks!), converted and posed it so it looks like in one of the game's promotional images (yes, the one with the keys), and finally split it up for multi color printing.
All Untitled Goose Game related copyrights etc of course belongs to House House -- honk-outs to them!
If you want your goose to magically hold keys, knifes, syringes etc. too you'll need a strong 6x2mm disc magnet.
Assembled size is about 60x103x135mm.
Added a single piece version for all you painters out there.
For white and black i used PLA, the orange parts are PETG as it had the nicest fitting color. You can print in whatever material you want though :)
I printed white and orange with 0.15mm resolution, the black eyes are done with 0.1mm.
The black and orange parts do not need supports.
The white body absolutely DOES. And print the first few layers really slow so nothing gets pulled loose by a fast moving nozzle.
- Remove rafts and supports
- Optional: Remove razor sharp bits of filament from under your fingernails
- Use a file or sanding paper to clean everything up
- Most importantly the connecting sections
- The goose's belly/ass area will be the roughest, you'll need patience if you want it to be smooth (I just kept the rough texture as it's mostly hidden)
- Check if the feet connections are flush, otherwise use some more sanding paper or shorten the connector on the leg a little bit
- Glue the feet in
- Push a 6x2mm disc neodym magnet into the beak, add a drop of superglue if needed.
- Make sure the surface areas between beak and head are really flat
- Glue the beak in place
- Use tweezers to align them
- If they are too loose, add a tiny drop of glue (I didn't)
- Push them in on a flat surface like your table so they're flush with the side of the head
Now let the glue dry a few minutes and wreak havoc.
Todo: Ground plate.
Right now the total weight is not super balanced, but the goose tends to stay upright with and without a weight in its beak. At least if you help stabilizing.
I wanted to put it on a printed circular base filled with sand for additional weight and glue it on. I'm not completely sold on the idea, maybe I'll add it later.