…because why not? I’m seriously loving this doll! I think we’ve gotten the problems with the arm pegs all figured out (knock on wood) and she is just amazing! After hearing that Barbie items fit her the best (and seeing that Target had a sale) I rushed over after work to get something for my naked gal! Want to see the results?
Downloaded and printed new hair for Quin. Photos in the “Continue Reading” section.
I know I’m being super nerdy about this 3D printer and my new doll, Quin, but she is just so amazing! Seriously! And now they’ve released a new hairstyle for her (free to download here)
Totally printing the girl some new hair tonight! I’ll post pictures when she’s done
What does a doll collector make on a 3D Printer (after a doll, of course)?? SHOES!
I modeled these shoes myself and printed them on our 3D printer. I plan on adding a plastic strap later to eliminate the need for the ribbon. I’m also thinking up more intricate designs, too.
What do you think?
Look like something you might want? I’m going to start selling these and whatever other shoes I model on an etsy store. Check it out here.
If you know me in real life, you know I am a super nerd. My husband bought us a 3D printer as a couple’s gift for Valentine’s Day, so I went on a hunt to see how I could merge my super nerdiness with my love of dolls and toys. Meet Quin, the world’s first 3D printable Fashion Doll, available at 3dkitbash.com
Click below for my full (length) review of the doll and the process, or just click for the pictures