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3D printed frowning face

until you look closely ti is quite hard to tell the difference between the plaster original and the plastic clone. This is really exciting! The print has managed to capture a lot of detail! This tells me that a viewer would be able to hopefully respond to the copy in the same way they would the original. I am interested in now uploading the 3D map to make my sculpture available to a wider audience.


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