Sunday, October 18, 2015

Time Stretch

I seemed to have figured out a way to stretch time this weekend. It feels like I packed a lot into two days!

I made chicken breast stew with beans, veggies and noodles for Georgie and Rusty to go along with their kibble for the week. Yes, they are spoiled doggies because as of now I do not yet have grandchildren to dote on.

Georgie - My Baby

Rusty - My Grandpuppy

I made tuna casserole Saturday, and eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy today at the request of my husband.

I also did some loads of laundry, spent about 2-1/2 hours working my "real" job, and even watched TV and football with Russ.

I also was able to carve out some play time in the TinkerCad 3D program again. Here is what I have to show so far in addition to the lamps I made Friday:

Afterglow Lamp

Moonbeam Lamp

Resplendent Left Side Lamp

Resplendent Right Side Lamp

Twilight Lamp

Entwine Headboard

Forethought Headboard

New Horizions Headboard

New Horizons Wall Sculpture

I have them uploaded to Shapeways. It looks like the lamps are around $10, and the headboards are around $30. I am going to upload the headboards on a different axis and see if that brings the cost down any. Then I'll see what I can order, and see what they really look like in person. I'll experiment with different materials, I'll spray paint some and cover some of the lamp shades with fabric. When all the testing has been completed and any necessary changes made, I'll make the files available to anyone who wants them.

Have a wonderful week!

2 comments:

  1. Yay, more 3D printed designs. I'm thrilled to see tech savy people like you adding to the range of modern miniatures =0) Very cool designs

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  2. Thanks so much for the kind words, Pepper! I am nowhere close to tech savvy, but I can follow directions! ;0)
    I watched some Shapeways tutorials, then took like 20 TinkerCad tutorials. It's really simple once you know a few "rules". I bet you'd be brilliant at it!

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