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Where can I get 3D models online

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Turbo squid is a good one for more professional models on sale, and they have a huge library. More geared towards the film/game industry though. Which means most likely not so print friendly. But if you're ok with fixing up models, you can pretty much find anything of good quality there.

 

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For mobile covers I would download one from thingiverse and then edit it myself. My favorite covers are those that have a pattern of holes in the phone that match an image. Like this:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:97805

This is my phone cover:

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/galaxy-s4-ballistic-case

Actually I redid that cover and it looks better now. Don't have a picture though.

For fashion - do you mean maybe jewelry?

 

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