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Teen Groot (3D Printed)

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51 minutes ago, hdclearman said:

Awesome.  I like how the print layers add to the wood grain feel.

 

Yeah, I gotta say I'm not in love with 3D printers exactly because of the layering issue. But it looks good here.

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Yep, you messed him up. Better send him to me before your wife sees what a mess you made!

 

Obviously I am joking. He is awesome and looks like he is carved out of wood. Really cool!

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::o: I think he turned out INCREDIBLE!!! I totally agree that the print line add greatly to the carved wood look (I was actually trying to figure out how you did the effect before remembering it was a 3D printed model!).

 

Excellent excellent work, I think you hit it out of the park!

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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