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You are awesome!!!! I have done quite a few of your designs and I love them, one of two things need to happened or you need to stop uploading stuff or i need to buy a new bookcase and my option is is buying a new bookcase. lol Thanks!

Buy any chance you don't do tutorials how to design?

Thank you for the kind words! You are absolutely right about not enough room to display the models. that's probably the biggest drawback about this hobby, running out of room!

I do not have any tutorials, but I do spend a lot of time helping other makers learn modeling via email. My email is reddadsteve@outlook.com if you would like some direction. I use Blender, free download, for my modeling. It's actually a lot easier to model the way I do than you might think. The software does a lot of the work for you.

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By any chance do you have Tigger or other Pooh characters ?

You are by far the most amazing designer. Fantastic designs and perfect fit. Thank you. Do you think you would ever design a gazoo and a smurfette?

Thank you for your kind words!
I try to make models of characters that have not been done, or done well, by other makers. I've seen a number of reasonably good smurf's, so I'm not sure that I'd do one. That said, I really never know what I'm going to do next and I do log all maker suggestions. so, keep an eye out.
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Ok I did your freaking Taz and it is as AWESOME as your pics look! This one was a little more difficult to assemble (dang teeth) than Marvin, but after completion I kind of appreciated it more. Your models are addicting and are actually getting me in trouble cause I am getting responses like "Now where are we going to put that one!?"

Thank you for taking the time to send me that message. I love your last line though, 'where to put all the models'! that's got to be the biggest drawback of 3d printing, where to display models. You run out of room so fast.

Thank you again for your kind words.

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Hi Reddadsteve. Do you by chance have an stl of the entire Marvin the Martian model? For those of us using resin, there's no need for individual parts. Thank you!

Thank you for your message.
The status of onepiece models for me is that I do not have an SLA printer nor do I paint. So, if a maker is willing to work with me to do the SLA testing, can paint well and take a nice picture, I'm willing to convert the model to onepiece. See my Flintstone series with 'onepiece' in the title.

My email is reddadsteve@outlook.com for any follow-ups.

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Brilliant again Steve !!!!!!! THANKS !!!

Thank you for taking the time to send me those kind words. It's makers like you that keep me motivated to make more models.
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Gracias perdona tendras los archivos ya completos o armados

cannot find decal jpg, thank you, great models

I assume that you are referring to the Akira bike model. The decals are in the pictures section. Click on the picture and download it from there. I included a registration box, so you can double check that it downloaded at the proper size. Print a quick page and measure the registration box.

Please always ensure that you read my full writeup for any of my models.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you still have issues. Each download site has changed the way they handle pictures since I originally posted this.

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Bonjour,
Je viens de télécharger les fichiers de SNOOPY.
Merci beaucoup pour votre travail et cet accès.
Cordialement.

Thank you for taking the time to send those kind words.
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me encanta tu trabajo, por casualidad nos hecho de los supersonicos?

Thank you for reaching out. I'm fairly sure that there is already a good Sonic character already modeled. I try and do characters that have not already been done. Good suggestion though, I'll do some research just to be sure.

Love your Obelix model! Did you ever do an Asterix companion?

Thank you for your message. I am currently making Asterix now. Keep an eye out or follow me. should be posted in about one or two weeks.

Incredible mate! Thanks! Looking forward to it!

Hello, We are a company that produces filaments for 3D printers. I wanted to ask for a permission: we love your project and would like to 3D print it using our filament and publish the photo after printing on our website.

Thank you for reaching out to me.
It would be my pleasure to have you include a photo of a printed version of my model(s) on your site. Be sure to send me a link, I'd love to see which filaments you wind up using. Do not hesitate to keep in touch via email. My email is reddadsteve@outlook.com

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Thank you Steve, have a great day :D

bonjour
j ai un petit souci pour telecharger blanche neige mon ordi me dit risque endomager l ordi lors du teechardement des fichiers: merci

Odd, very odd. Do you have that problem with all models that you download on Cults, or just this one? Could it simply be the name of one of the files? I also post my models on Printables.com, Myminifactory and Thingiverse. You can try there as well.
Please let me know how you make out.

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Just finished your Marvin model. It was super fun. I, ultimately, would like to be skilled enough to model cartoon characters. It looks like a great way to waste time :). Any suggestions, YT videos, that could help me on my journey? I saw you STL lamp. I am originally from North County. Go Cards!

If you would like some direction, send me an email at reddadsteve@outlook.com. I have a short email I can reply with to give some guidance and once you pass the initial learning I can the help further.

I learned modeling at age 62 and am now 70. Great hobby

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Hey Steve. Found you on here as well. Wheres Pinochio at Thingiverse? Something happened?

Thingiverse had some problems and a LOT of models disappeared. Out of mine, Pinocchio got hit. I'm trying to direct makers to the other sites that I post all my models on. I'll continue posting future models on Thingiverse as well as other sites, but as far as I'm concerned Thingiverse is definitely on its way out.

Thanks for asking and spread the word.
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hola, el otro día estaba viendo tus diseños con mi novia y le gusto el de Blancanieves que tiene 280mm de altura, se lo quiero imprimir pero no tiene donde ponerlo, se lo quisiera escalar a unos 15cm aprox, sabes si lo puedo hacer directamente con el slicer al % correspondiente o tengo que tener alguna otra consideración? porque mi miedo son las piezas mas chiquitas que no encajen bien, saludos

Thank you for your message. All the parts can be individually scaled, but you are right, the eyes will be difficult to print. If you have the patience to get the eyes done then I believe that the rest of the model should be fine.

Even at the full size the eyes are a bit challenging.

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Hi. Love your assembly designs. Would you please make Deadpool and Mandalorian for me?

Thank you for your message. Actually, Fotis Mint has already made the definitive Deadpool and Mandalorian models, so I would never attempt to replicate those. His model are on his Patreon account.
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Can you please link to those? Thanks. Are they assembly models?

Found him. Do you know if they are for assembly for color print.

All of Fotis's models are single piece models but not only are they done beautifully, they also print extremely well.

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Great designs! Currently I have only fully printed and assembled Figment but honestly your prints are taking up most of my backlog. Curious if any future designs include a Garfield and friends?

Thank you for your kind words. Seeing makes posted gives tells me what the makers like and gives me the incentive to make more.

I keep looking at Grafield, but his black shading just does not translate well enough to solid parts for me. Maybe one day.....

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i had to paint the lips on as i found them tricky to get on. How did you manage to get the lips on, they kept sticking to my fingers, i would like to know for future reference

Which model?
Either way, first, before gluing always 'dry fit' the parts to ensure they fit well. sometimes just a bit of a first layer squish or differences in printer tolerances will create tighter fits than expected for small parts. Once you are confident that part will fit, use a toothpick with just the slightest bit of glue on it and flatten out the glue so it more like a thing smear than a droplet. If you can get the glue on the larger part, then handling the small part will be easier as well. Sometimes I also just drop the small part into the approx area and then guide it in with the toothpick instead of my fingers.

Again, be sure to dry fit the part first.

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Hello! I love your fuzzy Winnie to Pooh design. I made it for my mom. I found your Eeyore design. I was wondering if you had a piglet or tigger design you were working on? I was hoping to make a full set for my mom. Thanks!

What a coincidence, I got the same question yesterday from another maker. I try to keep most of my models in proportion to each other and piglet would be too small. Also, I've seen fairly nice onepiece piglets already posted by other modelers. It woul dnot be much to paint on the additional features.
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Thanks Steve for another great design. I'll post a pic. I had it together before the nose update but I like it anyway. I'll use the new nose on the next one.

I am so sorry about the nose issue. Strangest thing. The nose I posted was my first attempt. When I tested it, I realized immediately how to fix it and printed the correct one. We had some blackouts at home, so I think I just lost my update prior to making the post.

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toujours ce fabuleux travail pour nous petits imprimeurs du dimanche incroyable maitrise de vos sujets je suis tres tres jaloux de votre talent

Thank you for your very kind words. I post my models simply for other people to enjoy.

I appreciate you taking the time to send me this message.

FYI-If you do the Pinocchio model, be sure to download the updated nose stl.

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Good Evening Steve,

love the new Pinocchio model... I do have a question regarding his nose. I noticed in the 2nd photo you have the nose at 2 different length. When I printed the nose I noticed there was a stopper and it doesn't let me pull his nose too far out like your top photo of him with his nose long. Do you have another variation or did you just stuck out his nose from the front of his face for the photo?

Thanks again for a great looking print.
Patrick

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Did you put the nose through the back of the head, lining up the tab with the notch? If you can't push it through, it's possible you have a large first layer squish. Scrape the first layer in the hole in the back of the head and scrape the first layer of the nose to clean both parts.

If you still have problems, send me an email at reddadsteve@outlook.com

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Sorry about my previous response. I loaded an incorrect nose part originally. Correct nose has now been loaded.

I love you designs. However I have tried to print K9 about 10 times. No matter what I do the thin legs on body bottom break off before it get to the knees. I have tried everything. Any suggestions?

Very odd. Let's continue this through email and get you up and running. Send me an email at reddadsteve@outlook.com.

Include a picture of the fail, if possible, the size you are printing him at, any printing parameters that you may feel relevent (type of filament)

I've not heard of this type of issue with this model, but we will get to the bottom of it.

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Your models are amazing. So much fun to print.

Special request. I'm into RC as well I'm building a rc Subaru brat with marvin as the driver and your K-9 riding in the back. Could you make an ACME crate and a missile or something that marvin would use to blow up the earth. It would complete my project.

I thought that I replied to this, but maybe my comment got lost.

Can you follow-up with an email to reddadsteve@outlook.com to see if what I may be able to do to help. Some things take less time to model than others.

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Love your Characters. I have completed Marvin, Taz, and Hagar to date. Staring on K-9 soon . If you ever do a Yosemite Sam please let me know.
Thanks again for your creations

Thank you for your message and kind words.

Simply 'follow' me. I only post a model about once a month, so you will not get spammed. Also when I see makes posted and read the comments I get to understand what makers want next. I was not going to do Marvin or K-9, but the community asked for them. Right now Yosemite Sam is on the list but Road Runner/Coyote is higher.

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