Not too much design for $40.75 price tag

Pencil for $40.75

Pencil for $40.75

You’re kidding? $40.75 for this ’10-minutes-model’? Daaah!

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Is it even loaded?


This is a Glock pistol. With no visible hammer and no obvious safety switches on the side, it isn’t a good pistol to show in the movies, because there’s no way for the protagonist to scare the bad dudes by clicking and clacking with various pistol’s parts. Smart James Bond likes to use a Beretta because he knows that while he operates all the switches, even the baddest villain is going to confess.

Convenient to use, but ain’t very scary, the Glock. They probably should add a couple of random levers, just for good measure.

Macho Guy with Rachitis (X shape legs)

This 3D model of a poor macho guy with X shape legs is available for sale (11.95 bucks) at TurboSquid.

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Tiny Man

Tiny Man

Tiny Man

The real find for those who has $50 to spend and could disregard several defects (anatomical proportions suck, finger is missing on both hands, ‘cartoonish’ idea sucks).

Check it out at The3DStudio.

Fat Man

Fat Man

Fat Man

Somebody wants $15 for this model at The3DStudio store.

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Mommy, when I grow up, I want to be a…

Some parents buy toy robot kits for their children, hoping the young ones will grow up to be NASA engineers. Some parents spare no expense when buying sports equipment for their kids, and some have virtually unlimited budget for science books.

Toy robots, basketball hoops, baseball mitts, books – these items bring fun to the kids and hope to their parents. But of course, there’s no guarantee your child becomes the next Shaq, so investing in basketball hoops today may not translate into free NBA tickets in 15-20 years. Therefore, some parents prefer not to get their hopes high, and aim for something more down-to-earth instead.

Much more down-to-earth:


Sick fantasy: Two headed man

Man with 2 faces

"Man with 2 faces"

This sick creature is available for download ($35) at Turbosquid:

Design idea FAIL: How to trash the bench

What else can you do with construction leftovers? Just mix them with concrete, tow to the nearest public park and put at the bench:

How to trash the bench

How to trash the bench

Pros: Good spot to take pictures “me and a pile of construction trash in San Jose downtown”
Cons: you cannot use the bench any more.


This is a leaked design for the newest jet fighter for one of the nuclear nations. Looks cool, isn’t it? Solid blue wings, comfy cockpit (love this word!) and brutally looking radical black engine exhaust. It would appear, however, that there are a few problems with the otherwise promising design:

– first of all, where’s the pilot’s seat? Or is it an RC aircraft? Then whey the translucent cockpit, if nobody is going to peek outside with his calm gray eyes?

– secondly, the shape hints at a military plane, but where are the weapons? There are no obvious hardpoints for missiles and shit. Hopefully this doesn’t mean they have developed something more advanced than missiles, otherwise we’re screwed! (Or maybe it is our plane, then we’re cool)

– no air intakes. Again, I pray this super-advanced propulsion technique is ours, otherwise – see the previous point.

– most importantly – if surfaces are attached to each other at such angles, turbulence would be a bitch. Which means – oh sweet lord – that this is a space plane, intended for operating in vacuum, possibly with brief missions into the upper atmosphere (dive bombing, anyone?) – hence the wings.

At these uncertain times, especially in the light of the KC-45 controversy, we should petition our government to immediately commission our own space plane – or if this one is ours, we should demand a voluntary $0.02 sales tax to ensure this wonderful technology sees the light of the ancient stars soon.


3D Model of Nurse

3D Model of 'Nurse'

She is yours for $1; Availability: in stock; Content provider:

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