3D printed quartet

One STL file, four colorways.

Ombre blues were achieved by printing in a shiny bright blue filament, then adding washes of darker blues. My favorite!

Battered antique green. My favorite!

Dusty blue. My favorite!

Witchy purple. I printed this in bright metallic magenta, then gave it layers of blue washes for depth and interest. My favorite!

I can change the files as desired. The green cabinet was the first one, and is simple, flat and unadorned. The more recent blue one has planks and panels and brackets and stars.


Those are great! Love the details

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which printer are you using? So curious when I see 3d printed stuff

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Love the green! The colour & actually the simplicity.

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These are fantastic! I love that you can switch things up to customize each cabinet.

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I’m using the Creality Ender3. It was easy to learn and has been reliable.

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Such a cool effect! The antique green is giving me vintage vibes

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It’s great that the files are so versatile on their own and then with the added paint techniques you can go just about in which way with them!

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These are awesome! I love how you have been able to change them up a bit when desired.

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You work some magic! I’m not sure I can pick a favorite! I love the updated plank effect. Keep 'em coming!

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Thank, guys!

This design was inspired by (I’m a little embarrassed to admit) a Michael’s hutch. I really liked the arched top opening. I think I improved the design.


Thank you.
I’m afraid I don’t know anything about online logo design programs.

Hmm, I was responding to a post that has disappeared.