Low-poly models are cool, make our world more beautiful and are also perfect as a gift. Be inspired by these makers!
Maker “AndrewSink” remixed a model of “EliasRosseau” in Blender and the result ist this cool low-poly hunting dog. It’s best to print it with legs up! This one was made with 3DMars PLA in a Creality C-10. In the video below he shows you how he did it.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: AndrewSink
This Low Poly Captain America version was printed with Cura in an Ultimaker with PLA. For an optimal result you should definitely choose a high resolution, thta means about 0.1 mm micron. After printing, the individual parts are simply glued together and you can paint the almost 23 cm tall figure with acrylic paint.
Found on Cults, Maker: BigLilDesign
This versatile bowl is also suitable for beginners in 3D printing. The dimensions of the stylish crockery are 15 x 15 x 8 cm. For this print job you have to plan about 90 grams of filament and 8 to 9 hours of printing time.
Found on MyMiniFactory, Maker: Lloyd Roberts
This low poly fox has been well received by the makers: it has already cashed thousands of likes and has been duplicated hundreds of times on other domestic 3D printers. Feel like it, too? Print it with 10% infill and 0.2 mm layer height!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: slavikk
This giraffe is a successful remix. Maker “steven_dakh” gave the original giraffe figure a trendy low poly touch.
Found on Pinshape, Maker: steven_dakh
Everybody knows that Sedums are in demand! But where are the new cult plants planted? In a self-printed, cool cachepot, of course. Bisasam (Bulbasaur) Pokémon is perfect for this, because it is half Pokémon half plant and also looks funny. This grass-green one was printed within 14 hours with a Makerbot Replicator.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Hitsman
This 3D model is suitable for all low poly fans who are impatient, because the 3.5 cm small Buddhas are printed in less than an hour. You can simply put them up or use them as pendants.
Found on YouMagine, Maker: TheOddArtisan
If you prefer the wisest and most powerful Jedi master of Star Wars, you can print this low poly model with 10% infill!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: slavikk
“Flowalistik” is probably known with his Low Poly-Star Wars interpretation by many makers and there are already hundreds of replica of it. They can be printed without support structures and there are also 3D models for dual and multi-extruders.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Flowalistik
A must for all hipsters! This low poly hat is printed in two parts, the cap and the brim. Maker “PrintThatThing” made it with a Makerbot Replicator.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: PrintThatThing
Retro meets modern! These flashy vases combine sixties charm with a cool modern look. Maker “AK-Eric” cut the three different vessels with the Makerbot Slicer software and printed them with orange PLA.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: AK-Eric
This cool deer trophy does no harm to any animal and looks even cooler than a real hunting trophy! What about a print with some fluorescent filament…?
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: HybridDK
These cute kittens you should print with support structures.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: PixelMatter3D
Maker “evandkatelyn” chose a silvery finish for this cool elephant head for the wall. Other remaker printed the elephant head in blue, grey, wood look or gave it a white-shiny, sleek finish. No matter how you print and design it: Plan support structures for the trunk!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: evandkatelyn
Saber Toothed Tiger
If you print this tiger by FDM, it is best to do it with a layer height between 0.1 and 0.3 mm. The thinner the layer height, the more precise the details.
Found on Pinshape, Maker: formbyte. Price: $16.60