Introduction: Buck, the BunnyDuck
This is Buck, the opitcal illusion of a bunny and a duck.
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Step 1: The Model
It is a customized/remixed model based on this pretty one by KIJAI:
Step 2: The 3D Printing
The original model
- was cut in half,
- got a whole for the magnet,
- was printed with white PLA filament and
- was painted with brown and black acrylic paint.
resources: Tinkercad, ideaMaker, Ender 2
Step 3: The Optical Illusion
Buck, the bunny, jumps from a green field into a blue sea and becomes Buck, the Duck.
The semi-perfect stop-motion-video was made with Openshot, the music with Reason 10 Lite.
Step 4: The End
It's my new whiteboard magnet.
This little project (which by the way took more time than I thought) wasn't really planned. I came up with the idea while placing the magnet on the whiteboard.
Maybe it could be a nice project for children; it combines many different work steps: modelling, painting, creating an environment, making a short stop-motion-video and the background music or even sound effects. Buck could be also made out of cardboard or modelling clay for example. And at least, you have a really nice two-in-one whiteboard magnet.
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