Faceted Deer Head

3D-print of my deer by https://pinshape.com/users/194318-tagcuu

Da es immer wieder Probleme mit dem Download auf der Projektseite von Instructables gibt, habe ich die PDF Datei auch hier mal hinterlegt.

Wer den Hirsch nicht schneiden, falten und kleben will, kann ihn auch mit einem 3D-Drucker ausdrucken. Die STL Daten habe ich bei Pinshape hochgeladen.


After numerous requests on my instructable project page, I have uploaded the PDF for the faceted deer here.

If you don’t feel like cutting, folding and glueing the head, you can 3D-print it also. the required STL files are on Pinshape.

Download the Deer Head PDF HERE

18 thoughts on “Faceted Deer Head”

  1. hi,
    I want to build this but I had a question. What is the difference between the point lines an the “line-point” lines?

    Nochmal auf deutsch: welcher ist der unterschied zwischen den gestrichelten Linien und die “gepunktete” Linien? Muss man beide falten?

    Thank you for your answer!

  2. Hi Jan,

    I made your deer head a while ago and it looks very good on my wall! While looking at Etsy I came across your model at the shop Verticees. Don’t you think it is wrong that it is sold there for profit?

    Kind regards,
    Johan

    1. Well, someone took the tutorial and made one themselves and sells it now. There’s nothing wrong with that other than that is doesn’t show a lot of creativity.

  3. THANKS A LOT JAN!!!
    I TRIED IT, AND IT TURNED OUT GREAT!!!
    I HAVE SEEN SEVERAL TROPHY HEADS I AM VERY INTERESTED ON A LION’S HEAD

  4. I have made it and finished it with leather! He is awesome!!
    If you send me your email adress I will send you a picture!

  5. This is great! I always wondered how those giant paper heads were made – Thanks Jan

  6. Dear Jan, thankyou so much for the deer head paper model. I have not made it yet. Waiting for new printer. But shall soon. Anyway thankyou again for all the info on your site and models.x

  7. I’m so happy you have the pattern posted here. I’m going to try to make it.

    Thank you Jan for you generosity
    Isabel from Porto, Portugal

  8. Man u r god… Thanxs… I was searching this all round the web.. Thank u Instructables 🙂

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