Western House

The result for the previously made house was definitely ugly, adding cardboard warped the panels and was long and tedious. As a good lazy man, why do something in one hour with your hand when you can do it in only a few days, on a computer, and then let the printer do the hard work?

First rule of the Utter Lazyness: reuse everything that can be reused and only add a minimum. Gone for sculpting some planks in Blender and knowing nothing about it. Spent an afternoon drawing curved line.

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Then applied the wonderful piece of art as a stencil in the sculpt tool and inflated the planks. Done eight of those, then trim the planks with boolean tool, verify the non-manifoldness of the things, and spent a few hours more to correct badly intersected faces.

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Final result in Blender.

Original planks on the right, objects used for boolean work on the left and the magnificent front of house in the center.

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Object exported and sliced, five hours of print and final result.

That’s all Folks…

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