Hasbro to Let Fans Design 3-D Printed My Little Pony Art As 3-D printing technology edges steadily towards wider implementation, one industry likely to be disrupted is that of toys.
SuperFanArt, will be launched at Comic-Con San Diego 2014, this week and it will allow fans (currently only of My Little Pony) to create, 3D print and sell their own 3D artwork based on the ...
Related: Will.i.am Wants You to Buy This Eco-Friendly 3-D Printer. More than 900 total fan-created ponies could ultimately exist within the marketplace, Shapeways said in a blog post-- many of which will have been contributed by the “Brony” community, or older male My Little Pony fans.
She said "Please my little, big brother, the guy that is renting it is named 'Jonnie La Femme' and the selling feature was the jacuzzi and the privacy fence. Old man Johnson next door with his peep hole in the fence is going to drop dead of a heart attack. He likes the girls' actions". I said "Oh, I forgot about that, I thought you fixed the hole".
My advice: talk to the nice people at the university print shop, or, if there isn't one, at whatever print shop the university uses. Even if the print shop isn't in-house, universities need so much printing doing that you're likely to get a favourable rate if you go through the university.
A Fault in Our Scars, by Mike S. Miller. A faux 80's movie poster I made and illustrated using lines from the movie and the manga, based on one of my favorite scenes from the movie. A faux contract on a Hermes Baby 1963. It's fun to make documents like this at home.
This partnership allowed fans to design and sell their 3D printed My Little Pony artwork online through Shapeways The online clothing and apparel company We Love Fine ( www.welovefine.com ) caters t o the adult fan base with more than 300 unique MLP:FiM themed prints, designed by fans, for purchase. By 2014, My Little Pony had more than PAGE 30
Then, my eyes skimmed over this crazy cute idea for a printable tooth fairy receipt from The Larson Lingo. I had to make one! (Actually, I printed TWO copies – one went to Lily with her money, the second went into the bag with her tooth so that I can remember which one it is and what date she lost it.
The untold Hackaday life of the guy who made FlightSim 1 for RadioShack's TRS-80 computer By Katie Wickens 04 February 2021 From mechanical 3D printed hearts, to My Little Pony automatons.