A Final Fantasy 7 fan created an incredible 3D printed wall decoration depicting the game’s iconography, featuring flashing lights and crisp detail.
Final Fantasy 7 is one of the most famous and iconic JRPGs in gaming history, regarded by many fans as a competitor for the title of the best video game of all time. Now, a fan has used the equally iconic logo of Final Fantasy 7 and bring it to life in full 3D printing glory.
In the years since its original release, a large number of fans have worked to bring the game’s characters and weapons to life, including one fan who used a printer. 3D and crafting PS1 style polygon of Final Fantasy 7 figure. It may not come as a surprise to learn that another fan printed out an amazing glowing copy of Final Fantasy 7 logo and hang it on their wall.
This is not the first time Redditor drepicgames has hung a copy of Final Fantasy 7The iconic blue-green meteor on their garage wall, but the previous one was cropped. The new painting the artist is currently featuring on Reddit is 3D printed and features both sharp detail and flickering light. Drepicgames shared a 24-second video showcasing the logo’s lighting. Looking at it may not trigger an adrenaline rush like a Real version of Cloud’s Buster Sword, but looking at the sparkling logo can be considered magic.
The response to this section was both warm and determined, as many suggested that users requested information about the 3D printer’s lighting setup, project documents, and even STL files. In response, drepicgames uploaded both the STL file and some detailed step-by-step instructions explaining how they were able to build this bright decor. Although it seems the whole project cost them around $100 – significantly more than another project Final Fantasy 7 fans paid for antique merchandise at Goodwill–other users expressed a desire to create a Final Fantasy logos to light up their homes.
Several users have shared plans to create physical versions of logos from Final Fantasy 9 and Final Fantasy 10. Drepicgames shared their thoughts on the proposed projects by warning that Final Fantasy 9 the logo has some sharp corners and the LED strips are not flexible. They also warn that Final Fantasy 10 the logo would have to be very large to allow viewers to recognize Yuna’s facial features. While some fans may be willing to put in the effort to create a 6 meter leg Final Fantasy icons, other fans use different means to celebrate the classic moments. One of the Final Fantasy 7 remake fans chose to cosplay Wall Market Aerith– namely, Wall Market Aerith is about to hit someone with a chair.
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