Hey! Check out the latest thing that came jumping off my 3d printer. It’s Lucky Cat! But not just any lucky beckoning cat from japanese tradition – it’s got the collectable charm of low brow art toys. You won’t see things like this rolling off of home printers for long. This “look” will change as the technology becomes more sophisticated and give surfaces a smooth and polished finish. I like the home grown feel of this current texture, and, I think, because this look won’t last long that items like these will become highly collectable. At least I’m hoping! 🙂 You can check a few more photos of her at my Etsy store: www.etsy.com/whystler.
Some lighting pieces I made on Ponoko. Here is a link to my show room there: http://www.ponoko.com/showroom/Whystler/all
Categories: Laser Cut Design, Lighting
Tags: design, housewares, invention, lamps, laser cutting, lighting, ponoko, t. shawn johnson, tealight, whystler
Some lighting things I made on Shapeways. Here is a link to my gallery there: www.shapeways.com/shops/whystler
These were one of the first things – at least the first product for sale – that I made on my 3d printer. They were spray painted with an off white base, stained with tan acrylic, and feathers added.
These are some gnomes I made back around Christmas Time. I printed them on my own 3d printer, and painted them with acrylics.
Categories: 3d Printing, Toys
Tags: 3d printing, fantasy, gnomes, invention, magic, santa, t. shawn johnson, whystler, witches, wizards