Spooky season is now upon us and it’s time to dress up, give away candy to trick-or-treaters, and decorate our houses. This year, let’s up the ante by printing something scarier, more challenging, and more mind-boggling. If you’re looking for 3D printing inspirations, here are the 13 most jaw-dropping and spookiest designs (via Cults3D and Thingiverse).
If you’re looking for some understated Halloween decorations that are subtle enough to use all year round, this design is for you! They serve as good backdrops for your Jack-O-Lanterns and once Halloween is over, you can simply leave them on your lawn and make it seem like little fire.
Did you know that even cars can turn into vampires? They can with these Halloween teeth for your car! They are already designed with holes for self-tapping screws but they can also be installed using a 3M tape.
3. Front man mask (Squid Game) and Soldier Mask (Squid Game) by kimgooni
If you’re obsessed with the Netflix show, Squid Game, here are the perfect masks for you! You can dress up as either the Front Man and run the game or as a subservient Soldier if you don’t want the responsibility.
This Skull Box with Brain makes for a good desk decor and storage for your small knick-knacks, such as paper clips and pins. If you want something that you can fiddle with while on your desk, you can just retain the plastic brain. You can also give them away as cute gifts to friends and kids.
Who else finds themselves humming the Ghostbusters theme song upon reading the title of this entry? If you did, then you’re old enough to know that this build is a must-print. It may be an ambitious project (55+ parts!) but it’s worth it.
This crow may look like a harmless ornament but your guests will be surprised when it suddenly starts moving. You can also treat it as a low-maintenance pet at other times of the year.
Horror movie buffs will rejoice with this lithophane lamp build. It features some of the most famous Halloween movie icons, such as King Kong, The Mummy, Chucky, Jason Voorhees, It, The Exorcist, and many more. It will be the best gift for any scary film buff or you can also print it for yourself.
Make trick-or-treating safe for everyone involved with this pumpkin basket with a long handle. It will help ensure that you meet the 6-feet social distancing guideline to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Got plenty of leftover pumpkins? Turn them into a hookah for a party with this build. After printing, you just need to buy a few plastic tubes to use as hoses and you can enjoy your new hookah.
For those not familiar with Japanese folklore, Oni is a demon and pop culture favourite. Give your typical demon decor a makeover with these ultra-detailed Oni Wall Masks.
Looking for interesting ways to shape your cookies? Check out these unicorn and Halloween cookie cutters! This build comes with 3 unicorn cutter designs and 4 Halloween ones that are sized at 3.5 inches.
Who knew that spiders can be cute? This robot spider certainly is! The creator has also updated it to include a new Pumpkin cap so that your robot can join your spooky festivities. It is an Arduino-based robot so assembly is not for the faint of heart.
For those who are reclusive, here’s a good way to dissuade people from dropping by. Simply print this and put it on top of your doorbell and we’re pretty sure that unwanted visitors would rather leave than stick their finger into the unknown mouth of this Venus Box.
Now’s the perfect time to get started on your Halloween 3D printing projects!
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