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54 viewsRandom shirt sketches. I didn't use any of these.
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Ornament Ideas161 viewsI'm trying to dream up a good idea for an ornament for Mother's Day. I like the lower left or the middle right one best.
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Archer and Panther Companion - Small (All versions)82 views
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Giver of Mercy 1/459 viewsThis project is for a friend. She is not an angel - just a humanoid with wings. She is the counterpart to the Bringer of Justice. (Material: White, Strong, and Flexible)
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Dragon (1/4)46 views“But it is one thing to read about dragons and another to meet them.” ― Ursula K. Le Guin, A Wizard of Earthsea

Meet Kynar. Small enough to nestle snugly in your palm, fierce enough to leave indelible marks in unwary fingers, inquisitive enough to ride on your shoulder for hours, absorbing the essence of the world around him.

Treat him well, feed him carefully, and mind the scales in shedding season.
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I had the urge to make a metal dragon, so here he is. (Material: Stainless Steel)
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Winged Tear278 viewsThis was made for my sister as a birthday gift. It is a silver ring printed by Shapeways. I purchased the stone (amethyst) and had a jeweler place it in the setting.
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Centauress (1/5)55 viewsThis was made for my younger sister, who graduated from high school this year. She likes horses, and I like fantasy things. She was very pleased when she saw this compromise.

The flowers were printed slightly raised, so they were easier to paint. The model is about 2.5 inches in each direction.

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Angel Button-Thing193 viewsThis was mostly an experiment. I made a line sketch of this angel, and I wanted to see how it would turn out on something like a button. The details mostly came out - I was experimenting with multi-level engravings (using grayscale steps, rather than strictly blurred black lines) It worked all right, although I think the scale needs to be magnified for the effect to work properly.Aug 20, 2013
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Centauress (4/5)56 viewsTop view, showing the raised details on her blanket-holder.Aug 20, 2013
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Centauress (3/5)58 viewsFunny story. This side was the "front" when I modeled her in Blender. When I printed the words on the bottom, I printed them upside-down, because I was using this as the "front". Most people will look at the bottom by rotating towards them from the other side, which is the natural "front" because she faces that way.Aug 20, 2013
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Centauress (5/5)53 viewsYes, this centauress is the herald of spring, bringing green back to the world after months of cold white.Aug 20, 2013
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Centauress (2/5)57 viewsI was able to do a better job on lighting for this model. Still, much improvement is needed.Aug 20, 2013
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Centauress (1/5)55 viewsThis was made for my younger sister, who graduated from high school this year. She likes horses, and I like fantasy things. She was very pleased when she saw this compromise.

The flowers were printed slightly raised, so they were easier to paint. The model is about 2.5 inches in each direction.
Aug 20, 2013
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Silver Flower Ornament (1/3)57 viewsOther side of the ornament.Aug 20, 2013
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Silver Flower Ornament (2/3)63 viewsSide view of the ornament.Aug 20, 2013