Description:Make a ball that feels comfortable when held in your hand and does not roll in a straight line because it is not evenly weighted. It should roll to either the left or right when it is rolled.
Wants:It should be comfortable to hold. And it needs to be able to be printed on a 3d printer.
- 3D Studio Max
#12 Ball 4 by PETER LAKATOS
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