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First Pass Flourish Pendant Design by Bobbie-the-Jean First Pass Flourish Pendant Design by Bobbie-the-Jean
Design for 3D print in silver, brass, bronze, and plastics. Some finishing touches pending (smoothing out, minor design adjustments). Pendant is LARGE! Will print out at approximately 4 inches long but it shouldn't be too heavy.
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shottsy85 Jan 26, 2014  Professional General Artist
Man you are just good at like EVERYTHING I love these pendent designs! So amazing and unique and beautiful! My brain doen't quite grasp more abstract designs. I need to push myself to do thing other than just character art. 
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Erkrieal Jan 5, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Amazing design :).
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Bobbie-the-Jean Jan 5, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. ^__^ I kinda mighta slightly toned it down a lot though. XD
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:iconshadowtiger18:
An awesome idea. Would totally buy it if you were to sell these <3
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Bobbie-the-Jean Nov 13, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
:D Sweet. That's nice to know. I will be making several other designs as well. When my store is up and ready, I'll make a journal letting everyone know.
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Koneko-himeko Nov 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
incredibly beautiful!!!
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:icongeshar:
This is a lovely piece! I hope the casting turns out well. I'm only familiar with the old-fashioned hand-carved waxes, so I'd love to see how all the thin parts translate to metal. Good luck!
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Bobbie-the-Jean Nov 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks. :) Yeah, here's hoping. We'll see. I'm really crossing my fingers that all the little pronglydonglies doing break off during polishing and/or tumbling process.
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:icongeshar:
Well, if the piece is going to be large, chances are the wax won't be too thin... But the only way to be sure is to wait for the finished product :-)
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Bobbie-the-Jean Nov 12, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I'm curious.....do you work with metal/do your own casting?
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