We are in October and Halloween is right around the corner. The Halloween season is full of incredible costumes and spooky decorations. Finding awesome Halloween decorations can be a challenge, but with 3D printing you can make something unique. So how can 3D printing help take it all up a nudge? We’ve got you covered this Halloween with some cool and creepy 3D prints to help bring your celebration to next level. So, buy a bag of candy and grab your 3D filament – it’s time to print!
- Halloween Evil Pumpkin
Maker’s Name: herzwaffle (his Instagram)
Designer’s Name: John Conelea
Material: TIANSE Orange PLA
Details: The pumpkin is a symbolic figure for Halloween, and of course there are more multiple 3D-printable Halloween pumpkin models out there. Designed by John Conelea, this pumpkin head features a creepy face out of a pumpkin. It’s printed in the traditional orange pumpkin color with smooth surface and glossy finish. This evil pumpkin will definitely give you the perfect vibe of Halloween.
- Halloween Cheshire Pumpkin
Maker’s Name: Racush (his Twitter)
Designer’s Name: Poly Forge
Material: TIANSE Red PLA
Details: Any good Halloween needs the right light settings in the shape of a Jack-O-Lantern. Unlike traditional pumpkin-shaped Jack-O-Lantern, this Cheshire pumpkin looks more unique with its distinctive looks and adorable designs. Designed by Poly Forge, this Cheshire pumpkin is printed at 0.3 resolution at 15% infill. After 3D printing, you can let a candle shine through or use LED light to make it a Jack-O-Lantern.
- Halloween Octopus Jack-O-Lantern
Maker’s Name: zombiej79_3d (his Instagram)
Designer’s Name: James Weng
Material: TIANSE Green PLA
Details: What will happen when flexi octopus and pumpkin come into one? Let’s have a look at this spooky octopus Jack-O-Lantern designed by James Weng. You may also call it “octopumpkin”. It is a remix of McGybeer’s cute mini octopus and Makies Jack-O-Lantern. So awesome and unique, right? This adorable and spooky octopumpkin will surely add a lot of fun to your Halloween decorations.
- Halloween Jack Skellington
Maker’s Name: stex.efesto (his Instagram)
Designer’s Name: Sergio
Material: TIANSE PLA Filament
Details: Jack Skellington, also known as the “Pumpkin King”, is the main protagonist of Tim Burton’s the Nightmare Before Christmas. He is a tall skeleton who wears a black pin-striped suit, complete with a bat bowtie and black dress shoes. Designed by Sergio on MyMiniFactory, this Jack Skellington is a 3-parts model consisting of Jack, pumpkin and base. It will need some simple assembly after all parts are 3D printed.
- Halloween Hug Me Ghost
Maker’s Name: Levi Sitts
Designer’s Name: gCreate
Material: TIANSE White PLA
Details: No Halloween is ever complete without a ghost to spook it up. Ranging from the cute to more scary design, the ghosts can fit into any Halloween scene. Designed by gCreate on Thingiverse, this ghost welcomes everybody with open arms, perfect as Halloween toys or decorations. It is recommended to print this model with a wide brim so its “legs” have enough adhesion. Also, you can add support for the arched portions to ensure they are stable enough. These cute hugs me ghosts are fun to look at, and they will also give you an idea to what to wear for that creepy night, in case you don’t have anything prepared.
- Halloween Mini McBuckets
Maker’s Name: herzwaffle (his Instagram)
Designer’s Name: Jason Sly
Material: TIANSE Orange & White PLA
Details: Most of us may have grown out of eating happy meals and trick-or-treating, but these nostalgic, iconic designs can live on as small ornaments ideal for decorating a desk or mantle. Designed by Jason Sly on Thingiverse, these pumpkin buckets have been faithfully recreated, measured from a real bucket to get the right proportions and profile but tweaked just enough to be easy to print without supports. The memorable pumpkin-ribbed lids with the little button on top are removable and the handles swing just satisfyingly. The designer made 5 variants of mini McBuckets, each with their own unique name: McPunk’n, McBoo, McGoblin, McGhost and McWitch.
- Halloween Spiders
Maker’s Name: 3dworksfor3dpeople (his Instagram)
Designer’s Name: Scott Lahteine
Material: TIANSE Gold, Pink, Silver, Black PLA
Details: If there is one thing that most people can agree on, it’s that spiders can get anyone on their toes. These hairy crawlers are a must in any Halloween setting. Small or big, the long-legged spinner can bring an unnerving feel to most people when they pop up. Designed by Scott Lahteine, these Halloween spiders are very quick and easy to print. Once a spider has finished printing, remove it from the build plate and use a heat-gun, lightbulb, or other heat source to soften leg joints and pose them as posing the legs will make these spiders appear larger, more animated, and extra creepy!
- Halloween Skull Mask
Maker’s Name: cloudyhorrorshow (his Instagram)
Desinger’s Name: Richard Polish
Material: TIANSE White PLA
Details: Nothing says Halloween like a spooky skull mask. A Halloween skull mask can be very efficient if you really want to scare kids out of your property. Designed by Richard Polish, this whimsical skull mask was inspired by “Papyrus” from the video game Undertale. You can either scale or thermoform the completed print for a perfect fit. This spooky skull mask will surely give you the perfect vibe of Halloween and bring unnerving feel to kids and adults, perfect for Halloween cosplays or costume parties.
- Halloween Trick-or-Treat Chocolate Bars
Maker’s Name: spitzspot (his Instagram)
Designer’s Name: Chris Spitz
Material: TIANSE Coffee PLA
Details: Trick or treat, that is the question. Trick-or-treating is a Halloween ritual custom for kids and adults in many countries. Children in costumes travel from house to house, asking for treats with the phrase “Trick or Treat”. The ‘treat” is usually some form of candy, and the ‘trick” refers to a threat, usually idle, to do mischief on the homeowners or their property if no treat is given. So why not 3D prints some chocolate bars to play the Halloween trick-or-treat? 3D designer and maker Chris Spitz has built his chocolate bar collection, including Kit-Kat chocolate bar, Hershey’s milk chocolate bar and Hershey’s chocolate bar with almonds. Looks so real and yummy, right?
Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, attending Halloween costume parties, carving pumpkins into Jack-O-Lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing, playing pranks, divination games, visiting haunted attractions, telling scary stories, and watching horror movies. Now with your 3D printer and our TIANSE 3D filament, you can add a new touch and a new fun to this year’s Halloween celebrations. We hope you truly enjoy our list of top 9 Halloween 3D prints and also thanks for above-mentioned talented 3D designers and makers for creating so awesome 3D models and prints.
Happy 3D printing and Happy Halloween!
Post time: Oct-25-2019