I was approached by My Mini Factory to make a 3D printable model as a way to promote them during the Halloween season. Keeping with the theme I decided to make a miniature coffin with a removable lid and space to store your belongings.
Once I had designed it I went to the My Mini Factory studio and had my coffin go through the same process that every model goes through. After it was successfully test printed I then went through the task of removing support material, painting it and finally photographing it for the site.
I interviewed Eva Sbaraini the community manager of My Mini Factory to better understand their philosophy towards 3D printing. Later I went on to write an article about them which was featured on Creative Bloq.