The Quin Kickstarter has reached over 50% funding! She sits at $1986 (a good year, if I do say something myself) but she still needs $1,514 more! 3DKitBash has posted some updates that I’d like to share:
Here are a couple concept sketches for the items that are to be included:
Back the ‘To The Nines’ level or higher to help your Quin get a little more emotional! -New faces will work with the new head style.
Backers at the ‘To Infinity’ and beyond, will receive (among other cosmic items) a Rocket Pack for Quin! – Pictured is not the final design.
You don’t have to have a 3D printer to appreciate how awesome this is going to be. If you don’t own a 3D printer, you can still back the project at the $5 (or $10) level and help it along. There aren’t any posted rewards for doing this, but I offer my undying gratitude and a “THANK YOU!” from me for helping this along! Go to the Kickstarter and pledge accordingly.
Also, check out the mentions at the top of the page. Thanks 3DKitBash for recognizing rayedelsol.com as a supporter!
I’ve been blowing up Tumblr and Twitter with posts about Quin the 3D Printed Fashion Doll. If you haven’t checked it out lately, the Kickstarter has reached 50%, but we still need your help! Go pledge now, even if it is just $5, help support this amazing doll!
In the mean time, how about some posts about my newest Quin print. This is Pump-Quin.
Pump-Quin is printed in fluorescent orange filament. She glows in UV light! This photo also shows a modification that my husband made to the original Quin files that gives her articulated wrists!
This one feature changes the doll so much. She now has personality, attitude, and sass. I can’t wait to see what she’ll look like with real doll eyes!
What do you think about Pump-Quin? Do the wrists change your opinion of this doll? Have you given to the Kickstarter yet?
All of the new Quin postings and the new Kickstarter made me pick my doll back up. I’ve never really loved the Barbie outfits I had her in, so I decided to try making an outfit for her. After multiple failed attempts (her body is proportioned very differently than I’m used to sewing for) I finally came up with this dress that I love.
Upgrade kit for Quin on Kickstarter Go check this out! Quin is the 3D printable doll and this Kickstarter is for upgrades for her! I’ve already donated to get them all! Check it out:
I’m so excited for these! There are some stretch rewards, too that would be so awesome!
I really want these! Go check out the Kickstarter page and pledge!
We’ve changed the assortment a little bit. You can now get 3 MH wall mounts for just $10.
Put your Spectras on the wall. Let Voltageous fly! Show off Robeccca’s acrobatics! Or just display your dolls off of a shelf, giving yourself more space for playsets
Check out my etsy store for these stands. We will be offering more colors when these sell out.