Art & Sculpture

This Clever 3D Printing Method Looks Like String Art, But Cooler

This Clever 3D Printing Method Looks Like String Art, But Cooler

We absolutely love seeing how people push the boundaries of 3Dprinting. This latest example mixes old fashioned string art (where you loop string around nails to form patterns and pictures) with extreme “bridging” with a 3D printer to achieve some pretty cool effects. 3D Print Bunny has been coming up with all kinds of clever […]

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This High Tech Cardboard Tube Light Saber Is Probably Cooler Than Yours

This High Tech Cardboard Tube Light Saber Is Probably Cooler Than Yours

As a kid in the age of Star Wars, there were few things as fun as a plain old cardboard tube. These paper constructions have been seen as make-shift light sabers since the late 1970’s and to this day you still find kids swinging them around and making the sound to go with them. Joel […]

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Kitbashing Miniatures From Trash

Kitbashing Miniatures From Trash

Kitbashing, or making a model out of random other parts hacked together, is far from a new concept but this example is quite exquisite. The youtube Channel Bill Making Stuff is a particularly fun one that I enjoy watching, who does kitbashing all the time with impressive results. If there is one lesson to learn […]

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This CNC Machine Uses The Sun Instead of a Laser

This CNC Machine Uses The Sun Instead of a Laser

We’ve all seen people goof around with a magnifying glass in the sun, but this project takes it to a new level. Cranktown City has uploaded this fantastically amusing project that is sure to impress. He built a cnc controlled engraving machine that uses the sun instead of a laser tube. As he explains in […]

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Meet Leto, a 45′ Shai-Hulud Sandworm Cosplay

Meet Leto, a 45′ Shai-Hulud Sandworm Cosplay

Among the litany of great science-fiction books, Frank Herbert’s Dune stands out as one of the most beloved and successful, leaving behind an almost 60-year legacy of sequel and prequel novels, radio dramas, film adaptations, and, more recently, a massive 45-foot sandworm constructed by Michele Cotten and her team of community makers in Huntsville, Alabama. […]

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