that was a pretty great tutorial :)
I've been wanting to do one of these for a really long time, even found a dollar store toy that was a pretty close shape to use as a starter, never got around to workin on it. I gotta be honest I kinda like the idea of building one from scratch better
I designed this over the course of a couple years for myself based on pics of the MP10 toy, all I need to finish is the knees
Here's the head, the face plate is a separate piece to allow for motion while talking
Re: Mad Max Fury Road Screaming Skull Parts
it could be that they used that particular style of skull not only because it was "just laying around" but also because they liked the look of the cracks and chips in the skull (lending that the owner of said skull most likely died a most unpleasant...
Re: 3D Printer roll call (speak up if you have a 3D printer & are open to collaborati
I'm kinda new to 3d printing, but have been designing for a while. I have a knock-off Chinese Reprap Prusa which has given me no end of trouble, but isn't bad for small simple prints. Wife has ordered me a...
I've found that nail polish remover works nicely for smoothing out the texture on my prints. It's great for getting into the small areas you just have to be careful to keep your edges sharp
Also I dig the look of the torx screws, they look like they would've been used on the ISAC
Re: Mad Max Fury Road Screaming Skull Parts Help
The rivets look like upholstery tacks, you can pick them up at just about any craft store
Oh and the pieces connecting the lower jaw are definitely the middle parts from turn buckles.
Using lead for the metal straps is a great idea too, easy to...