Eyeball Candy Dishby
A simple Halloween candy dish designed to look like a giant eyeball! There are a couple versions, a single color version and a "bloodshot" version. You will need a multicolor printer that can print at least 2 colors to print the bloodshot version.
I have also included a stand that is made of 2 "bat wings." It prints in 2, support-free pieces and just slides together to hold the eyeball.
Printing Info: These are just the settings I used to test the model, feel free to use whatever settings work best for you. FDM or Resin: FDM Scaling: Can be scaled up, may not work too well scaled down. Supports: None Infill/Perimeters: 25% Infill + 3 Perimeters Nozzle Size: 0.4 Layer Height: 0.2
Printing & Assembly: Choose whether you want the bloodshot version or not. You will print the same iris/pupil combo for either version.
To print the lid (pupil/iris), import both objects into your slicer as a singlle object. If you are printing with a multicolor printer, set the different pieces to whatever colors you want. If you are using a single color printer, you can set a color change for where the iris transitions to the pupil.
To print the single color, non-bloodshot eyeball just import the Eyeball_Single_Color model and print.
To print the bloodshot eyeball, import both the Eyeball_Multicolor and Bloodshot_Details at the same time as a single object. Then change the color of the Bloodshot_Details.
File List (6):
- eyeball_single_color (STL)
- eyeball_multicolor (STL)
- bloodshot_details (STL)
- iris (lid_piece_1) (STL)
- pupil (lid_piece_2) (STL)
- batwing_stand (STL)