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Sign of the Horns

by dietz1 Jun 22, 2011
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Ha! Paul Stanley's coming after you!

looks like the coub logo

Cool! I have one of my own too :)
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1176429

Heavy metal hand

if you know a deaf person this sign to them means i love you. great job!

No it doesn't. The thumb would be extended also for I love you

if you read down a bit first you'd see i already acknowledged this. lol back in january you're a bit late. but thanks been awhile since i've used sign to talk like 30 years.

Did you have to make these with supports? I can't imagine it being able to stand freely with a ball joint base

The bottom of the model is flat.

That was my first thought as well!

This is a sweet model, thanks for releasing it unto the world dietz1! Just wanted to mention that I remixed it into a new design :) https://www.youmagine.com/designs/death-metal-rocktopus/

You wrote a really long description~In fact,it is very
similar to the symbol of a famous Chinese TV show.

Wrote, copied from Wikipedia. . . same difference.

Yea, but the actual reason for it, is metal. The Chinese TV show probably ripped off the original usage of the symbol

I tried it with supports off and it fell over half way through. It needs a wider base.

It has no base

I think he hendo420 meant that it needs a better base, like something better than no base.

There is no base needed

I have a very hard time believing that you actually tried printing this without holding it in your hand throughout the entire print. It has a round freakin' bottom.

also known as Rock Concert Movement #37 - Flashing the Floppie the Banjo Clown Hand Puppet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlQ1HPmxYPshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

That's actually a symbol for metal, not for rock. Rockers often copy the metal symbol, but its intended for heavier things than simple Rock.

Someone needs to do the Vulcan Salute next.

I scaled mine up to 175mm. Turned out well!