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Chinese Throwing Gekko

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Chinese Throwing Gekko by CodeCreations Aug 24, 2012

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Summary

I have no words to describe this... none at all.

Update: In tail-in mode, the Gekkos will chew through your opponent with maximum bitiness. In tail-out mode, the tails will lodge into your opponent, break off, and grow new gekkos on the inside.

Update #2: I added mirrored versions so you can print them and glue them together for double the bitiness or tailiness. This also accommodates southpaws.

Instructions

1) Scale appropriately -- the default might be a bit large.

2) Print. (Please post a picture if you do!)

3) Throw at opponent -- preferably one who is insured by Progressive or State Farm.

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I love it! It would be cool to have mirror images of these, and glue them base to base!

I added the mirrored versions. Please post a picture if you print it!

You may not have words to describe it, but I have one: Awesome

:)

Wrong way around, the tails should point outward!

I actually tried that, but it looked a little strange with all the heads combined. But I'll go ahead and render it that way also and put it up later tonight. Thanks!

I finally added the tails-out model. I lined up the elbows and it looks pretty good that way.

These are the bitey ones.

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