This week, for our list of Top 3D Printable 3DShare Models, nudity is back. But there’s a catch this time. We kick this review off with a new kind of nudity, a brightly colored, breast shaped coffee lid! And a few brave souls have already downloaded the model. There’s also a really funky elaborate design for futuristic dice, a tastefully nude figure, a simple Facebook Like button, and seahorse earrings — for those who’d like to take advantage of the 3DShare offerings, but aren’t so into drinking their coffee from breast-shaped lids!
It just gets better and better, the funny but still useful products that our illustrious designers at 3DShare enjoy making. My German friend would really laugh at this because she just doesn’t understand the American fascination with breasts. The “Bubi” by Castomized will throw you off with its bright colors and shiny surface. Look more closely and you’ll see that it is exactly what the designer says it is. A boob lid for your coffee cup with a rather obscene hole in the top! And Castomized is kind enough to remind us to print this out with only food grade filament, please.
These die are so nice to look at with the bright red color and funky, futuristic design that it just makes you want to play a game with them. From afar the die look like they are covered in flowers, and closer up you can tell the die are decorated with arrows pointing in all directions. Designer Ercin states the die are good for both tabletop and roleplaying games, but I’ll tell you what, if I had a pair of these I would probably just sit meditating on them in a trance instead!
Benita is a nude figure made by Studio Coco who is casually standing with her arms behind her head — wearing nothing but her panties. Studio Coco has made quite a name for itself with its nude figure series, and this one is no different: it’s received 178 views and 4 downloads. You can check out the whole series of nude figurines by simply clicking on the above photo. One thing I can say about this line of nudes is that they land more on the tasteful side than the raunchy side, which is greatly appreciated by some of our viewing members!
Given how many people liked Benita the model, it’s fitting that we would follow her up with a Facebook “Like” button. If you haven’t by now gotten so sick of seeing the Facebook “Like” icon, and instead, you can’t get enough of that notorious “Thumb’s Up!” you can now 3D print your own Facebook “Like” button to wear on your overcoat, lapel, purse, backpack, or anywhere else. This design is brought to you by Oral Tosun of Mini Fabrikam, who contributed a Star Trek button to last week’s list of Top Printable 3D Models.
These earrings are 67mm long, and are shaped like seahorses. They are a minimalist design with a hollowed out inside that can obviously be 3D printed in any number of colors. The earrings are designed by FSR3D, who has also contributed a Tire Ring that was included as a Top Model, and Dart Rings, which can be used for practice to improve your dart game. The Seahorse Earrings are my favorite FSR3D design so far: who doesn’t love seahorses dangling from your ears?
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