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Day and Night 3d printed

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Day and Night 3d printed
Day and Night 3d printed

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Day and Night

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Product Description

This is a contrast between the day and night cycle of MineCraft. Both pieces are the same blocks of terrain but with different mobs to characterize day and night. The day piece (left) features a cow and horse peacefully wandering a pasture, and the night piece (right) contains the same scene 10 minutes later (12 hours in MineCraft time), with a zombie, baby zombie, and two skeletons armed with their classic bows. One might want to print this for the same reason anyone would 3D print something from minecraft: as a physical memento to represent a major characteristic of the game.

 

P.S. I was unsure wether or not the iDTech contest rules allowed the use of actual sprites from the game (represented by minor bumps in the surfaces) since section C of the rules expressly says "By entering the Contest and submitting an entry, Participant represents and warrants that (A) Participant owns all rights in Participant’s submission, including the label, model and the written description". In addition, the rules do not indicate if the model will be judged specifically on printability. I thus assumed it was not, so this would probably be somewhat annoying to print and remove the supports.


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