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Lucy van Pelt

3D model description

Lucy van Pelt, from the comic strip Peanuts by Charles Schulz.

Lucy is characterized as a "fussbudget", crabby, bossy and opinionated girl who bullies other characters in the strip, particularly Linus and Charlie Brown. While she is not exactly cold-hearted, she can be quite antagonistic, often playing the villain role in a number of stories

The model is in proportion to my Charlie Brown model.

No supports are required. If you have the proper filament colors, no painting is needed.

The model is 140mm tall.

Enjoy!


Print Settings

Printer:
FlashForge Creator X

Rafts:
Doesn't Matter

Supports:
No

Resolution:
.2mm

Infill:
10%

Notes:
See below for helpful printing and assembly tips.


Building the model

Colors (there are no multiple printed pieces)
Black:
l_hair_right
l_hair_left
l_eyebrows
l_eyes
l_mouth
l_shoes_middle
..
Beige or Flesh:
l_head_top
l_head_bottom
l_arm_left
l_arm_right
l_legs
..
White:
l_shoes_front
l_shoes_back
..
Blue:
l_dress
l_shoulder_right
l_shoulder_left
l_socks
..
Any color (hidden pieces)
l_pins
..


Printing and assembly tips
Printing tips
1-As with most of my models, no supports are required.

2-Be sure to clean any first layer squish if you have any problem joining parts. The parts should fit nicely when printed cleanly or with a slight first layer squish.

3-I did not require any rafts or brims for any of the parts.

..
Assembly tips:
1-The eyebrows are small and print well but if for some reason you have an issue inserting them into the head (over-extrusion or a squish that cannot be cleaned) simply flip them over and put them in with the flat side facing out.

2-The left/right eyes are interchangeable. There is an up/down positioning of each eye. If it does not look right when inserted just rotate the eye piece for a better fit.

3-The left/right shoulders look similar but are slightly different, so take care when connecting them to the dress.

4-The leg holes in the dress should be positioned toward the back.

5-The left/right shoe parts are not interchangeable but are easy to distinguish which is left and right.

5-Refer to the assembly diagram for putting the model together. The model is meant to be glued.

  • 3D model format: ZIP

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Creator

Retired software engineer, learning CAD design and 3D printing. When creating models, I strive for support free designs and fun creations.

License

CC BY


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4 comments

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Steve

Fully agreed! Reddadsteve work is absolutely fabulous.

Stunning model. In fact, all of your models are amazing.