Bringing home an incredible 1:1 scale life-size figure is fantastic. Not everyone can make such a dream come true. Still, if you have a 3D printer, nothing is impossible to you. You can scale up your favourite 3D printing character! For example, 3D print life-size Iron Man statue that captures everyone’s imagination and brings so many positive emotions to its owner. Talented hobbyist David Maeseele is happy to show the photos of his fantastic Iron Man 3D print that is 191 cm (75 inches) tall and talk about its creation.
Fantasy stories devised by J. R. R. Tolkien introduce us to the incredible Middle-earth world. Beneath its Sun, you can see the most extraordinary creatures walking. Giant Treebeard is one of the oldest living things in the Lord of the Rings universe, and it looks incredible as a figurine. Maker Seppus Endertus created a fantastic Treebeard 3D print and agreed to share his tips on printing, painting and decorating the Fangorn diorama with Gambody readers.
Many people from all over the world are in love with miniature wargames and tabletop role-playing games. Dungeons & Dragons combine both types in the fantasy genre and have an army of fans. If you also love this game and are in search for things to 3D print for D&D, Gambody – Premium 3D printing marketplace is happy to share some of the most inspiring Dungeons and Dragons models you can bring to life on a 3D printer.
The stunning Varian Wrynn 3D print made by hobbyist Gareth Lee is a must to see. This WoW figurine boasts so many details, has such beautiful bulky armour and Shalamayne sword that working on this project is a real privilege for many fans of 3D printing technology and modern video games. Gareth agreed to share his painting tips and reveal some secrets that let you turn a 3D printed figurine into a real masterpiece.
Fairytale creatures, mighty dragons, famous superheroes, destructive villains and even spaceships come to life right before your eyes on a 3D printer bed. Gambody offers a new selection of the best models to 3D print at home inspired by June trends 2020.
The impressive Star Wars universe seems to be endless. With the release of The Mandalorian TV series, it offers many fantastic adventures to anyone who loves to travel in the outer reaches of the galaxy. This fantasy world creates many characters and iconic spaceships a true collector can die for. Gambody’s selection of stunning Mandalorian 3D models for 3D printing can bring you hours of joy and let you turn your favourite figurines, gauntlets, armour and spacecraft into unique masterpieces.
Being chosen of the Emperor and serving him loyally unto death brings danger and threat to anyone who is Emperor’s enemy. The life of Space Marines is full of battles and deadly adventures because they rejoice only in the glorious act of war. At the same time, Chaplain 40K model for 3D printing makes an outstanding piece of art which you can 3D print, paint and display in the praise to the Emperor.
There are so many awesome 3D printed projects to enjoy and incredible things to 3D print in 2020. If you have a 3D printer at home, you can do real magic and bring your most favourite characters and objects from movies, video games and comics into your life, display them on a shelf and show to your friends and other hobbyists.
It is impressive when your favourite hobby can send you to the 26th century where meeting the Firefly-class vessel is something ordinary. Gregory Belland already “travelled in time” and made a beautiful Firefly Serenity 3D print. The talented hobbyist from California, USA, shared his tips on painting this remarkable spaceship and answered Gambody’s questions regarding this 3D printed model.
Gambody presented Fun Masks to brighten up your spirits and cheer you up during the quarantine and self-isolation. We are happy to see that many 3D printing hobbyists and creators enjoyed this idea a lot. April trends are mainly represented by a face mask 3D model collection, although 3D printing figurines of villains and heroes were also popular within the Gambody Facebook community last month.
It is difficult to find a man who would not respect weapons and would not be interested in military affairs. What can please the eye of a true man if not a 3D printed tank model which combines the unrestrained power, war beauty and deadly grace?
It is exciting to observe how the tastes of the Gambody 3D printing community change from month to month. While Jurassic Park, Alien Xenomorph and starfighters are still among the best 3D print ideas of 2020, the list of the most popular 3D prints of March comprises more humans, movie heroes, mechanized vehicles and articulated robots.
No matter how you met him, through The Mandalorian TV series or Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker film, but he has most likely melted your heart. The Child is one of the most popular characters in 2020. And a big selection of Baby Yoda 3D printing models allows you to add this cute alien to your collection of figurines from top-rated movies.
When the trees begin to blossom, and nature starts to awaken from the long winter days, it is great to look back at February trends in 3D printing community. The last winter month of the leap year turned many talented minds towards video game models to 3D print, paint and share in Gambody group on Facebook. Men and women crafted many remarkable characters and robots from popular StarCraft, World of Warcraft, Witcher and MechWarrior Online games.
Magical 3D Printed Bonsai Tree Pot with Lights Resembling Hobbit House from LOTR: Interview with Annie Moberg
3D printing can bring a real fairy tale to your life. Using this technology, you can decorate your world with unique items from your favourite movies and books, create beautiful accessories, life-like figurines and astonishing models. You can 3D print a magical bonsai tree pot that reminds of a miniature Hobbit house from The Lord of The Rings. You can even add lights into LOTR Hole windows as Annie Moberg did it.
The long list of coolest 3D prints is quickly growing in Gambody 3D printing community on Facebook. It is incredible to see how talented hobbyists present their new masterpieces embodying a variety of ideas, from the famous WoW characters to popular superheroes, monsters and dinosaurs. January trends 2020 depart from Star Wars models that were crafted in November and December.
Baby Yoda and Master Yoda are among the 2020 trends thanks to The Mandalorian TV series and new Star Wars episode. 3D printing community is keeping their hands on the pulsating trends, so seeing many impressive Yoda masterpieces is something pretty much expected. However, some makers can still surprise you by scaling up their prints and coming up with a giant 3D printed Master Yoda model as Tom Anton did it.
The lifeforms of Zerus have become an integral part of the fantasy world of StarCraft games. The Zerus gave birth to the Zerg, and 3D printed zergs look stunning even if they scare you. These alien-looking monsters can be a part of a table game or used for displaying on a shelf with other 3D prints.
A big selection of impressive Star Wars models to 3D print makes it sometimes hard to decide which one to craft first. Gambody is happy to interview 3DPiceland who loves this franchise and keeps adding more and more spaceships and characters from Star Wars and The Mandalorian to his collection. Each new figurine is terrific to make in 2020.
Being one of the oldest comic book companies in America, DC Universe gave birth to many iconic characters, both heroes and antiheroes. Gambody shared a list of the top Marvel villains as 3D printing models. Now it is time to outline the most famous DC Comics villains as well as share STL files which you can turn into fantastic 3D prints.