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    Cool. How big is it? ~S.~

    p.s. - Happy New Year!

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    Rick,

    This just takes the cake!

    Calling this work Amazing is very weak understatement!

    Kudos!

    Seriously! I've been wondering, are you using Zbrush and 3D printing to generate make_up appliances from molds made of 3D prints?


    OH I forgot to say! This has to be TOP ROW!

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    Wow Rick ! Very Nice print ,Detail Wow with that 3d printer .How tall is it Rick ?

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    WoW!

    This must be the best 3D print everrrr to come out of a makerbot
    wich version of the makerbot did you use?
    And what kind of paint did you use?
    Also the eye looks great! did you replace it with a hand made eye?

    i would love to see more angles of this awesome print.
    Just tell me wich 3d printer you used,cause i am buying one

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    Holy crap!
    How big is it Rick?
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    Thanks guys, I'll post more photos tomorrow. To answer the popular question the head is about four inches from the chin to the top of the head. The whole thing from the base to the top of the hat is about 11 inches

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    OMG!

    As always, your work hit the imagination!
    Errare humanum est, stultum est in errore perseverare. (Marcus Tullius Cicero)

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    Yeah! That's totally outstanding stuff!

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    Incredible and inspiring as always. Rick, you're the best!


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    WOW! Amazing work on an already impressive 3d sculpt!
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    This is crazy! Remember that sculpt from the olden days
    Best Maker Bot result I have come across so far

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    Thanks guys here are a couple more shots ,one with my hand so you can see the size, and another with a smaller version painted like metal.

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    That's one hell of a piece.

    It must feel really special to go back to an old piece after so much time !

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    Just amazing Rick. Thank you for sharing.

    Paul

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