The Jewel Thief (Raven and Skull)
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3D model description
"Perched on top of the Screaming Skull, the Jewel Thief knows no fear and only seeks to steal the flawless emerald eyes"
Ravens and skulls are a popular combination but I wanted my raven to be doing something rather than just sitting there. Popular myth has it that corvids steal bright objects and jeweled skulls are a thing in their own right, so I thought why not?
This model is from my Patreon collection (Glorious tier):
and it's a total gothic cliché but I had so much fun making it and my patrons enjoyed it too. I would love it if you would consider joining but in case Patreon is not your thing, I am making some of my models available for purchase here.
3D printing settings
Files for Single material FDM and resin printing
This has the skull and jewels hollowed so a light can be placed inside
A completely solid model which can be printed as is or hollowed as required.
Both models will work for both resin and FDM printing and will scale well.
I have also included the model hollowed as I used it for my resin print (shown in the pictures) . I tend not to include these as it's so shackled to scale and everyone likes to do their own thing but this time I've received interest in the method. The model:
I was able to print this flat on the bed with no supports - however, I've had people tell me they used supports under the chest area and shoulders of the bird. The bird is hollowed and drains resin and release pressure out of a hole in his mouth (sneaky). The drainhole/pressure hole for the base can be used to allow access to a wire should you want to light the eyes up.
There are also files for multi material FDM printing:
The glorious example in the pictures was printed by Tom Jackson. FDM prints will require some supports under the wings and chest
3D printer file information
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- Publication date: 2021/10/11 at 16:48
British techie (now 3D artist and designer) living in Texas since 2013. Owner of various open source printers. Love of assemblies, automata and support free models.
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