This idea came from watching two of our favorite shows.. pretty much the idea sparked when i saw the blue meth getting cracked into trays and poured into storage containers.. Then imagining making a dock from a pile of blue meth.. Then i was like "I could make that" after much work and rethinking this pile of blue meth idea became this Blue Meth Throne.
Since the last throne we made was taken down we wanted to create a very unique throne that would be inspired by our favorite shows but not infringing on any copyright or whatever excuses lawyers can come up with. So if you haven't figure out which shows this throne is inspired from then you should start catching up on some TV seasons ASAP.
Anyways last time i got a little excited and released the 3d printed throne when it was a very early prototype and needed a lot of work in hopes of winning a 3D printer. Something that a lot of people didn't realize and were very judgemental of our prototype. This time around we waited to we were done with our Blue Meth Throne. We already 3D printed, hand detailed it, Made a Silicone / hard shell mold and poured 6 clear plastic thrones. We also tested the throne with Iphone 3G/s, 4G/s, 5 Android S2 S3 with and without some popular cases and bumpers.
We made several video detailing the process we went through to make this so you guys can make your own if you want to. or you can visit my website where you can purchase one
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In this case we used Maya for most of the modeling and meshlab to convert files to .STLs. The yellow dots in the 3rd graphic are non manifold, intersecting geometry, holes or stuff that is really bad for 3d printing. So besides 3d modeling you will need to clean all of this dots till you have none left (painful process)