Pokémon Quest – Kanto Starters

My wife was kind enough to make a crockpot meal specifically so I could take photos and video. She's amazing.

Long story short: couldn’t leave Pikachu hanging all alone.  Had to make some friends.  Or as my wife calls them, “Bubblesour,” “Squirturt,” and “Charmando.”

And thanks to u/kovkov on Reddit, the rest of the starter assets were ready and available for modeling!

Helpful Tools:

3D Printer (or printing service)

Gorilla Glue

Paint Supplies (if that’s your thing)

001 – Bulbasaur

Click HERE to get the STL files from MyMiniFactory.

Printing details:
PLA 20% infill
Supports: No
Brim: No
Raft: No

QB-Body, QB-Bulb, and QB-Head assemble simultaneously with interlocking extrusions.  If you try to assemble these parts individually, you’re going to have a bad time.  The feet and ears are straightforward and are keyed to where they belong.  Use a little glue to secure all the small parts.

004 – Charmander

Click HERE to get the STL files from MyMiniFactory.

Printing details:
PLA 20% infill
Supports: No
Brim: No
Raft: No

All parts are keyed to fit together where they belong.  Use glue to keep them secure.

007 – Squirtle

Click HERE to get the STL files from MyMiniFactory.

Printing details:
PLA 20% infill
Supports: No
Brim: No
Raft: No

All parts are keyed to fit together where they  belong.  Also, make sure you assemble QS-Body, QS-Shell, and QS-Tail at the same time, and before adding QS-Head.  Again… glue…

Now get on out there and unlock all the secrets of Tumblecube Island!  I’ve only made it to the Chamber of Legends.  That Mewtwo is tough!

Also, I got a little crazy and added a TMNT-style bandana for some Teenage Mutant Ninja Squirtle action.

Like what you’re seeing here?  Give me a follow on Twitter, @DragonMtnDesign, or if you see me on Reddit, u/DragonMountainDesign, “hey.”

Also, double-thanks to kovkov for the support on MyMiniFactory!  You are a true hero.

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