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Star Wars (Inspired) "Hammerhead Flattens" HueForge Momaw Nadon

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Star Wars (Inspired) "Hammerhead Flattens" HueForge Momaw Nadon 3d model
Star Wars (Inspired) "Hammerhead Flattens" HueForge Momaw Nadon 3d model
Star Wars (Inspired) "Hammerhead Flattens" HueForge Momaw Nadon 3d model
Star Wars (Inspired) "Hammerhead Flattens" HueForge Momaw Nadon 3d model
14 Likes17 DownloadsJuly 14, 2023


Once upon a time, on the lush and vibrant planet of Ithor, Momaw Nadon, the wise and revered heresiarch, found himself facing a unique challenge. While meditating in the sacred groves, he received a vision from the Ithorian spirits, urging him to bring innovation and technological progress to their peaceful world.

Curiosity stirred within Momaw Nadon's heart as he delved into his research, seeking a way to fulfill the spirits' wishes. His quest led him to encounter a group of intergalactic travelers known as the "Makers of the Stars." These skilled artisans hailed from a distant planet and possessed a revolutionary technology called 3D printing.

Intrigued by the possibilities, Momaw Nadon embarked on a journey to learn about 3D printing from the Makers of the Stars. They welcomed him with open arms, recognizing his wisdom and deep connection to the spiritual world. Under their guidance, he quickly grasped the intricacies of this remarkable technology.

Eager to share this newfound knowledge with his people, Momaw Nadon returned to Ithor and rallied the Ithorian craftsmen, engineers, and thinkers. Together, they established the first 3D printing facility on Ithor, nestled amidst the planet's lush forests and serene landscapes.

With the help of the Makers of the Stars, Momaw Nadon and his fellow Ithorians embraced 3D printing as a means to enhance their sustainable way of life. They saw it as an opportunity to reduce waste, preserve resources, and create intricate designs that reflected the natural beauty of their planet.

The Ithorians began printing stunning works of art inspired by the flora and fauna of their world, capturing the essence of Ithor's rich biodiversity. Intricate sculptures, delicate jewelry, and ornate household items emerged from the 3D printers, showcasing the Ithorian culture's deep appreciation for nature.

Word of Ithor's incredible 3D printed creations spread throughout the galaxy, attracting visitors from far and wide. People marveled at the exquisite craftsmanship and the harmony between technology and nature that the Ithorians had achieved.

As the years passed, Momaw Nadon's legacy as the visionary who brought 3D printing to Ithor became etched into the annals of history. The Ithorian people flourished, not only in their commitment to conservation but also as leaders in technological innovation.

Momaw Nadon's story serves as a reminder that even the wisest among us can embrace new frontiers and harness technology for the betterment of their communities. And so, the spirit of innovation lived on, blending harmoniously with the ancient wisdom and reverence for the natural world that defined the Ithorian way of life.

Model generated from a photo I took of the Kenner Hammerhead figure.

I sliced this at a .08mm layer height in the Bambu Slicer.

Dark Brown to Layer 10 Light Brown to Layer 13 Tan to Layer 19 White to Layer 39


14 Likes17 DownloadsJuly 14, 2023




14 Likes17 DownloadsJuly 14, 2023