3D Printed Velociraptor Model in Action

Posted by Megan Petersen on

Jeff Tregre shared a very informative video of his experience making a velociraptor model from Rob Pauza’s shop. His video showed great attention to detail as Jeff explains his process for completing the velociraptor step by step.

I was impressed by Jeff’s painting skills, especially with the base, and his creativity throughout the build with his inclusion of beetles and flora to create a realistic landscape.

To bring life to the model, he installed the 6mm yellow cat glass eyes from our Etsy shop, SteampunkDream.

installing 6mm glass eyes

He also recommended the orange cat glass eyes, stating that they would also look very well.

Jeff spent 387 hours 3D printing the model, not including the sanding or painting.

All those hours = worth it. It turned out beautifully!

You can check out his entire video below:

...and click here to shop our entire collection of cat style glass eyes for your own handmade creations.


About the glass eyes from handmadeglasseyes.com:

  • All artisan glass eyes are original graphic designs designed by Megan Petersen of Spokane, Washington
  • Each cabochon is handmade with attention to detail and inspected for quality
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