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Monopoly Iron

Monopoly Iron

Last year, Parker Brothers, the owners of the iconic board game Monopoly, chose to withdraw several of the tokens used in the game. Although the reason given was to "keep the game relevant to modern players", I've long since known that this sort of talk is usually code for "getting rid of something because it's politically incorrect." So in response, I am recreating the missing tokens as 3D-printable STL files which you can print in any 3D printer. This model has been tested in an UP Mini 2 but should be equally printable in a RepRap or similar 3D printer.

Download 3D Model (Zip, 463 KB)

Office Presentation

Office Presentation

Dietician Minka Lastrokova presents her new Fruizli Bar concept to her colleagues, hoping to gain managerial support from her company to get the health bars introduced to school canteens.

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Simon (1970s Electronic Game)

Simon (1970s Electronic Game)

A 3D model file in Cinema4D R12 format and a simplified version in Lightwave object format. The model is a replica of a 1970s/80s era children's electronic game called Simon, originally sold by Milton Bradley.

For more information see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_(game).

Download 3D Model (Zip, 7281 KB)

Rubik Cube

Rubik Cube

This is about as basic as it gets - the popular 80s puzzle toy known as the Rubik Cube. The model consists of 26 bevelled cubes arranged in a cube form. Each cube is centred on the origin of the main cube for easy rotation and animation.

Download 3D Model (Zip, 162 KB)

About Mystikan's 3D Modelling

My work with 3D modelling, chiefly using Maxon Cinema 4D, Daz Studio and Terragen. Many of these scenes allow you to download some or all of the 3D objects featured in them, mainly in C4D R12 format although I've exported some as Lightwave objects so you can import them if you wish. These objects are primarily intended for Cinema 4D users, however, so not all of the features, such as procedural materials, will be available in the exported versions. Please read the licence file included with each object as they are free for personal or hobbyist use only. If you plan on using these objects in a commercial capacity, please contact me for a commercial licence.

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