My son loves minecraft a LOT, and also loves his stickbots toys, some sort of posable toys that you can use to make little animations.
So I decided to make him a Super Posable Steve.
So you need to print all the files I attached, legs and arms twice and you can either color your Steve with paint or sharpies or print the PDF document in adhesive paper.
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Step 1: Gather Your Prints
Once everything has been printed gather them and lets star cleaning and cutting.
Step 2: Piece It Together
Now that all of your pieces have been cleaned and cut you will also need a piece of elastic string, the holes in the print allowed me to just make a simple knot and the elastic string won't slip out.
Step 3: Almost There
This is a very simple project and very few steps are need it if you have a 3D printer, all you have to do is to string the pieces together use the caps to close them and paint them or use the PDF file to make him a nice skin.
The stl files are named and there are not many pieces to actually get confused.
Step 4: Enjoy
At the end you will have your very own posable Steve, my son loves it and decide to paint the sword with a silver marker.
Hope you like it!
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