Anvil for the blacksmithing

  • August 18, 2017
  • Blender 2.7x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: Binston
  • License: CC-BY
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A medieval appliance brought into the virtual. You could probably 3D print it and attempt to hammer our a sword on it. I would say don't, but I can't control you. Again, this is NOT a real anvil. I made it from scratch. Recipe you could theoretically try: 4 cups of flour, 3 cups of water, 18 egg yolks, 10 whole eggs, 150lbs iron filings. Pour all ingredients into LARGE bowl, mix on high for 5 min and fill your anvil mold. Bake at 2850 degrees for 3 hours. Let cool 10 min before handling.

I have a mirror modifier on it as well as a subsurf modifier. Pick your mesh resolution and apply!


  • Gavia profile picture

    Looks like you followed Andrew Price's tutorial.....Nothing wrong with that but nice to acknowledge the source if this be the case.

    Edited August 22, 2017
  • preciouskidoh profile picture


    Edited August 24, 2017
  • tjeb profile picture

    Yeah..., why would we credit you, if you don't even credit Andrew? Don't fool the 3D community...

    Edited August 24, 2017
  • D1a1v1e1 profile picture

    Ok, he followed a tutoral... its still HIS model, thats like if he made a cake than you got mad because he said that he made it and diddn't mention whoever came up with the recipe for the cake, Yah, it might be nice but it is nowhere NEAR necessary and its still his work.

    Written September 25, 2017
  • D1a1v1e1 profile picture

    (also he never said that you need to credit him in the discription)

    Written September 25, 2017