You Can Now 3D Print Your Very Own Crewmates from Among Us with 3D Artist’s Creation
The adorable Crewmates from Among Us are yours for dismembering with these 3D printed models from 3D artist CynicalPlant.
Few games in 2020 have had the kind of viral breakout success that Among Us has had in the past few months, let alone for a game that initially came out back in 2018. However, the social deduction multiplayer game has taken off dramatically with streamers, and if you can’t get enough of trying to prove who is sus or figuring out the Imposter, you can bring the game to life with these figurines from a 3D artist at home.
3D artist Stef Walker (@CynicalPlant on Twitter) shared several photos and a video of their work recreating the Crewmates from Among Us as 3D printed models that you can make at home, if you happen to have access to a 3D printer. You can take a look at several images of the models below, along with a video showing the process of how they were made.
here’s the finished print all painted up – video of the process is linked below along with the file for printing! pic.twitter.com/7Ty8fjT7L8
— 🔥Stef🔥 (@CynicalPlant) October 4, 2020
modelling and printing is done and ready for priming👀 pic.twitter.com/bPLrjyc4j0
— 🔥Stef🔥 (@CynicalPlant) October 1, 2020
As detailed on Twitter, Walker has made the 3D printing files for the Among Us figures available for free on their GumRoad store page, allowing those with a 3D printer the ability to make and craft the figures at home with the proper materials and some paint. If you’re looking to make them at home, you can head here to Walker’s GumRoad page (use the code “IMPOSTER”) to download the files for free. For more of Walker’s work, you can also check out their pages on ArtStation and GumRoad.
Among Us has proven to be quite the hit on Twitch and other places in the past several months, as the game experienced an unexpected surge in popularity following its initial release in 2018. The game’s developer, InnerSloth, initially had plans to create a sequel to game as a result, but scrapped those plans to instead build on the original game and its rapidly-growing playerbase.
Among Us is available now on PC, iOS, and Android.