Meet Braq, a fully articulated dragon made from 42 3D printed parts and held together with an elastic chord. Braq was designed by the talented Sonia Verdu, who has been painting and sculpting dragons for years. She recently enlisted the help of bq to develop it.
bqLabs, a subdivision focusing on innovation and robotics, frequently creates unique 3D printable designs and makes them available for download for the community to test out. Braq is their latest super fun design project.
“In the downloadable files, you will find the G-code files prepared for your 3D printer,” the company explains. “We also added the STL files which include brackets and, if you prefer, you can download the original modeled without brackets.”
It’s really an incredible posable piece of artwork that doubles as a toy. Check out more fantastic pictures and the DIY video after the break.
(via 3D Print)