Suzanne-Hollow

Suzanne-Hollow 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Suzanne-Hollow
Suzanne-Hollow
Suzanne-Hollow 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Suzanne-Hollow
Suzanne-Hollow 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Suzanne-Hollow
Suzanne-Hollow
Suzanne-Hollow 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Printed
Suzanne-Hollow 3d printed Figurines Miniatures Printed
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Suzanne-Hollow 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
Suzanne-Hollow 3d printed Figurines Miniatures
The infamous Blender monkey mesh as a key chain.
Hollow Version
cm: 3.95 w x 3.948 d x 3.34 h
in: 1.555 w x 1.554 d x 1.315 h

Comments

 
Be careful that the actual Suzanne designer wont sue you for copyright issues !
October 27, 2012, 4:52 am
Clever!
December 8, 2010, 2:14 pm
Blender was developed as an in-house application by the Dutch animation studio NeoGeo and Not a Number Technologies (NaN). It was originally released as Shareware but in 2002 it was quite clear that NaN could not survive and would close the doors in March. Nevertheless, they found the energy for doing at least one more release, 2.25. As a sort-of Easter egg, a last personal tag, the artists and developers decided to add a chimpanzee primitive. It was created by Willem-Paul van Overbruggen (SLiD3), who also named it Suzanne, after the orangutan in the Kevin Smith film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Suzanne is Blender's alternative to more common "test models" such as the Utah Teapot. A low-polygon model with only 500 faces, Suzanne is often used as a quick and easy way to test material, texture, and lighting setups, and is also frequently used in joke images. The largest Blender contest gives out an award called the Suzanne Awards. I have been a user of Blender since those early days and decided it was well past due that someone put this out there. The Suzanne Keychain. There is **NO MARKUP** on this model, you can add it to larger orders or order a bunch of them for you and your friends and then display it proudly on your key chain! My thanks to the Blender foundation for the coolest software on the Internet! This is the Hollow version of the Suzanne Key chain, if you prefer a more dense (heavier) version, please check the Solid version.
June 4, 2009, 9:41 pm
 
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