The Blues Brothers 3d Print Ugly Christmas Sweater Sweatshirt
It’s that time of year again – time to put up those ugly Christmas sweaters and sweatshirts! While some people may love the cheesy, cringe-worthy holiday fashion, others may find it a little too much. If you’re one of those people, you might want to check out this 3d print of an ugly Christmas sweater. It’s created by artist David Wilson and it’s truly bizarre. If you’re not into Christmas sweaters or just don’t have one laying around, then this might not be the perfect item for you. But if you do happen to own one, or even see one in person, be sure to check it out! It’s bound to make your holiday season a little more bearable.
What is a 3d print?
3D printing is a process of making a three-dimensional object from digital data. The printer uses a build platform or “print bed” to deposit the material, which can be plastic, metal, glass, stone, or any other material that can be cured by heat.
The technology has been around for awhile but has only recently gained in popularity due to its wide range of applications. Some of the more common uses for 3D printing are in the production of prototypes and models for product design, medical devices, and jewelry. It can also be used to create custom components and parts for machines.
There are many different types of printers available on the market today, and each has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. The most popular types of 3D printers use desktop systems that require some assembly before use. They typically come with a print head, extruder (the part that prints the object), and platform. These printers are usually more expensive than mobile 3D printers but have the advantage of being able to print larger objects.
Mobile 3D printers are smaller and more portable than desktop models but do not have as many features. They typically use two plastic cartridges filled with powdered resin that feed into an extruder-like device at the bottom of the printer. This type of printer is best suited for making small objects or prototypes.
If you want to get started with 3D printing, there are lots of resources available online including tutorial videos and articles written
How to make a Ugly Christmas Sweater Sweatshirt
Making an ugly Christmas sweater sweatshirt is super easy! All you need is a t-shirt and some fabric paint.
1. Begin by spraying your t-shirt with some fabric paint. Be sure to cover all of the fabric, including the sides and back.
2. Once the paint has dried, start adding your desired level of ugliness to the shirt. Be creative! Try adding ripped cuffs, stains, and rips in various places.
3. Once you’re happy with your sweater, take it out into the sunlight and see how well it holds up! If it starts to fall apart or becomes too dirty, just wash it in cold water and dry it off completely before stitching it back together.
In order to make your ugly Christmas sweater sweatshirt, you will need:
-Some fabric dye
-A measuring tape
1. Cut the sweatshirt sleeves off of the shirt. This is optional, but it makes the sweater look a little more finished.
2. Print out the image of your choice onto some heavy paper using a good quality printer. Be sure to print it as large as possible so that it can be seen clearly.
3. Trace the image onto one side of the sweatshirt fabric using a pencil or marker. Do not press down too hard – just enough to make a rough outline.
4. Cut out the traced image using scissors and appropriate fabric glue/tape (depending on what kind of fabric you are using). If you’re using knit fabric, be sure to stretch it first before sewing by pulling on one end at a time until it’s snug against the tracing – this will prevent it from pilling afterwards. If you’re using a woven fabric, simply press the glued piece against the weave and then sew around it with a straight stitch (or zigzag if you prefer). Make sure to leave an opening at either side so that you can turn it right side out afterwards!
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