We’ve already seen some great 3D prints from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and new ones are popping up as the year goes on.

This skull chest was designed by Drew Roberts in Fusion 360 and took around two full days to print out.

Aside from being an almost perfect replica of the in-game design, it comes with a trick when the lights go out. There’s a small cluster of LEDs and a battery hidden inside which will light the chest up.

A full spool of regular filament was used to make this chest, but the eyes were printed out in a transparent plastic to let some of the light through when the LEDs are turned on.

You can find the files to print your own skull chest over on Thingiverse.

If you want to see more of the design, Roberts has a very short video overview you can check out. The pictures in the gallery below don’t do justice to how big the chest actually is, but you can see in the video that you’ll be able to store a lot of valuables in there.

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