A beautiful build from Martina at Youtube channel Nerdforge. She builds a 3-D fountain using foam, 3-D printed “crystals”, a water pump, and lighting.
I wanted to make something made of transparent filament that I could make glowing with LED lights, and so I decided to 3D print some crystals – but I couldn’t just have those alone, which is why I ended up making this DIY indoor desktop fountain with a waterfall and overgrown by moss! I haven’t done anything this similar to miniature landscaping before, but I had a lot of fun doing it!
A nice use of multiple techniques for building such art. You can see step by step images on imgur.
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