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    Common garden elk

    Hi all.
    This is my first post and first time working with 3D printing.
    I enlisted some help from my friends to create this sculpt that I have worked over with car primer and acrylics and pencil (and a bunch of other media).

    elk.jpg

    I have charted my experiment on a blog here:
    http://3dsculpt-o-rama.blogspot.com.au/

    Cheers,
    Glenn

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    Glen, looks like you have quite a talent there! Your model and finishing look awesome! Interested to see what else you come up with.

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    You have produced a very well balanced description of your process. I'm sure that if people followed the sequence they would be helped to model their own objects.

    Old Man Emu

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    it's not an elk.

    Guess I need to read the link lol
    Nope that doesn't help.
    Nice model though.

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    Thanks for the nice comments all.

    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    it's not an elk.
    Guess I need to read the link lol
    Nope that doesn't help.
    Nice model though.
    Well, he's half elk half frog half butterfly and a third dragonfly so I guess the name is immaterial.
    As much as he's not an elk, he's also not common nor garden.

    IMG_5557.jpg

    Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by grassynoel View Post
    he's half elk half frog half butterfly and a third dragonfly. As much as he's not an elk, he's also not common nor garden. Glenn
    And he's not much good a addition of fractions, either

    OME

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    Quote Originally Posted by grassynoel View Post
    Thanks for the nice comments all.



    Well, he's half elk half frog half butterfly and a third dragonfly so I guess the name is immaterial.
    As much as he's not an elk, he's also not common nor garden.

    IMG_5557.jpg

    Glenn
    lol touche :-)
    It does remind me of a critter I've seen in a film though. Just can't remember which film ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    lIt does remind me of a critter I've seen in a film though. Just can't remember which film ;-)

    Through a beer glass, darkly
    starring Ale Guinness?

    OME

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    or maybe in a comic.

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