Here it is October and you haven’t put any thought into a public display of your talent and creativity for that one day a year where dressing a baby like a taco is perfectly fine.


FOR SHAME. You’re a creative person. This should be easy. Here are some ideas: a Minotaur with a cupcake addiction, A walking collage of deer antlers, an Ewok with butterfly wings, or a headless guy carrying a body in a box.


If none of those work for you, or you’re pressed for time, Stephen Kongsle has a model you can quickly print, paint and strap to your gnoggin–bugging eyeballs–and they’re a thing of beauty. The model is super simple and comes in two versions–one with embossed veins, and one without. He’s provided .stl files for both sets and the original Blender file. Using transparent, elastic beading cord, you can attach the giant eyes to your face (or chest) for a super creepy look. I’d personally like to see these painted up even more realistic with some molding rubber eye bags.

Inspired? I am. You can download the files from Thingiverse! (Bonus! Check out Stephen’s Low Poly Mask too!)

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Josh is founder and editor at, founder at Aimsift Inc., and co-founder of EvD Media. He is involved in engineering, design, visualization, the technology making it happen, and the content developed around it. He is a SolidWorks Certified Professional and excels at falling awkwardly.