Creepy Clowns! 3D Printed Props for The Haunted Barn n Trail - Camden, DE

About a month ago, I put up a blog post about some 3D printed props I was making for a haunted house.  Since then, we’ve refined the plan for what I will be making for them.  One room in the haunted house will have about 30 miniature creepy clown busts mounted around the room.  Everyone I’ve described this to thinks its pretty creepy.  

I’ve been fortunate enough to connect with some great 3D graphic designers and artists who have given me permission to use their work.

This post will showcase the first few models I’ve printed.  First is Evil Clown by Trick Monkey.  I printed this in white ABS at 150um layer height, then vapor polished.  This model is for sale in the artist’s store available 3D printed at a smaller scale in a number of different materials on shapeways.  Also, check out some of his other artwork at his website.

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I also have two models that I printed from artist Shane Campbell.  Prints of these models in a number of different materials at a smaller scale are  available from his shapeways store as well. 

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And finally, I have some models provided by Thingiverse user Cerberus333.  He made me 10 models and I’ve only gotten to 1 of them so far.  His models can be downloaded for free here.  Cerberus333 is a prolific contributor to the thingiverse file sharing site.  Check out his vast body of work here.

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Matthew Gorton
Matthew Gorton

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Matthew Gorton is the founder of printedsolid.com. He is a mechanical / materials engineer by education and has worked as a design, process and quality engineer in the medical, electronics, and aerospace industries. He is enthusiastic about applying all he has learned through these experiences to 3D printing and sharing that with others.



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