Elden Ring Fan makes amazing 3D printed pots from the game that can be used as plant stands

An Elden Ring fan uses 3D printing to create incredible sculptures of Elden Ring’s living pots that double as plant holders.


ring of elden pot living sight of grace

Between its massive open world that rewards exploration, the ability to play alone or with friends/enemies, and some of the toughest combat in the game, Ring of Elden has a lot to offer in terms of variety and replayability. pre-launch, Ring of Elden had a lot of hype behind it, and many players agree it delivered.

Due to its success, the game has amassed all of the following; between veterans of FromSoftware titles and newcomers seduced by the open-world aspect, millions of players connect daily to progress. Additionally, the popularity led to another sequel for the game: a community of artists like the one who created Ring of Eldenis Caelid in Loss key art.

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With artists creating pieces like a pixel version of Ring of Elden‘s box art, sculptors have also noticed the game. Recently, one of these sculptors decided to create some of the living pot NPCs in the game. Not only that, but the creator also hollowed them out so that they could be used as pots for plants.


elden ring pot sculpture plant

The results of Reddit user finch_worm19’s work are beautiful living pots that look ready to fight anyone who dares approach them or their potted plant hairstyles. In truth, the pots look like a tropical variant of the Ring of Elden enemies. Much like the regional variants of Pokemon, one would imagine these plant pots to be enemies in a warmer or more tropical area of ​​the game; perhaps they would only encounter them near the beaches of the open world. With an artist combining Polteageist with Ring of Elden‘s pots, perhaps the new living pot enemies are closer to the real thing than originally thought.


Other Reddit users were blown away by the sculptures. One user joked that finch_worm19 just designed the enemies for any jungle DLC that might be released in the game’s future. Another user complimented the post, writing “ah, it’s going viral” to make reference to players who write Ring of Elden messages. Many other users have let finch_worm19 know that they will quickly buy some of the sculptures if they ever go on sale.

With users clamoring to buy some of the pots as well as the post receiving thousands of upvotes, it looks like finch_worm19’s live plant pots are a huge hit. Now the hope is that they will become future enemies in the game or that Alexander will receive a new hairstyle in the form of a plant.


Ring of Elden is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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Source: Reddit


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