See how Paul Braddock created Eddie, the amazing 3D printed steampunk robot
Visual artist Paul Braddock has demonstrated the value and magic of post-processing 3D prints with his amazing 3D printed steampunk robot named Eddie. Through careful planning and meticulous airbrushing, he has created an absolutely spectacular robotic toy, complete with movable limbs.
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This baseball Bot is ready to play and has great natural abilities. No worries, he is not on steroids! He is made from an old flower frog, a toy leather baseball, springs, his hat is a tin spoon, his body is a vintage glovolium tin can, and the rest of him is plumbing parts, clock parts, nuts and bolts, and a few bits of jewelry. A great gift item for the sports fan. Most of my bot parts are found in flea markets, thrift stores and salvage yards. I'm always searching out-of-the-way…
45 Retro Robots Built with Trash
Creator and inventor Paul Loughridge (pronounced ‘Lok-rij’) from Lockwasher Design, describes his robots as being created from everyday trash, but they are so, so much more. Built from raw materials,...