Primarily an archive of 3d models for printing that have been used in a number of the projects you will find on this site. Organized by project.


Since I am an attorney by day, it’s only appropriate that I take a moment here to discuss intellectual property and copyright.

I am a big believer in sharing. I probably wouldn’t have gotten into the hobbies I am involved in if not for the generous sharing of information, methods, and files that many of the communities I frequent engage in. For example, my Immortan Joe project began when I stumbled upon the files for the mask shared by Thingiverse user Filipturz. While I ended up making a ton of changes to these files in the pursuit of screen accuracy, including additional hand-sculpted details after 3d printing, I likely never would have pursued the project without these files as a jumping-off point. Instead, it prompted me to produce an entire costume, which I am grateful for. I feel obligated to pay this sort of experience forward, which is why I make a point of freely sharing a substantial number of the models I produce in connection with my various projects. I get very little compensation (strictly speaking, nothing) for the hours and hours that go into engineering, producing, and refining these designs as a result, but I do derive a degree of satisfaction from the notion that I might be giving someone else a good starting point for their own passion project.
The models you will find shared on this site are distributed under the Creative Commons License, specifically Attribution-NonCommercial. The full text of the license can be read here, but a very basic synopsis is that you are free to:
  • SHARE these files – you may copy and redistribute these files in any medium or format; and
  • ADAPT these files – you may remix, transform, or build upon the material in these files.

These rights are subject to the following terms:

  • ATTRIBUTION – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license (and this site), and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
  • NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY – You may not use the material for commercial purposes. This includes sale of these files in any capacity. This also includes selling prints of my files on Etsy, which is something I have had to issue take-down notices on before. I appreciate the commercial spirit, but generally speaking a lot of the files I make are derivative of other intellectual property holders (read: prop replicas) which is already a grey area, and I do not want to test the good graces of these rights-holders.
  • NO ADDITIONAL RESTRICTIONS – You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits.

By virtue of being an attorney, I’m not gun-shy about enforcing the above restrictions through the appropriate legal channels. I want to mention, however, that I’m usually pretty receptive to people asking me for rights to reproduce certain things for even commercial uses, when such request is reasonable and made in advance. If you have any questions, please e-mail me at My only goal at the end of the day is for all of us to have fun with the hobby in a responsible way.

As a final note, I have occasionally had people donate as a thank-you on Thingiverse or other platforms for the time that goes into the files I share. If you would care to do so directly, a button is provided below. Any donations are deeply appreciated and encourage further work, but they are in no way required.