Sayaka's Grief Seed

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Sayaka's Grief Seed by Subzerofusion Dec 16, 2012
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So you have your soul gem... but you've run out of hope for the planet... what're you going to do? Transform into a witch of course! Now, the first thing you're going to need is a grief seed... but because you were cheap and printed one, it's not going to transform on it's own. So... you're going to have to print the grief seed too. (5 hours of work in Solidworks)


Like with pretty much everything else I've made so far... print out p1 and p2 of the grief seed and glue them together with the glue of your choice and paint to the colour of your choice.

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How did you manage to do the halves in solidworks?
Did you do a wrap function for the details?
I wanted to try to to Mami's Grief Seed/Other Grief Seeds, but I wasn't entirely sure how to do the precise details around the bulb

All the features on the bulb are rotations which have the line of symmetry running through the center of the bulb. I made this thing ages ago, I'm sure there's a better way to go about it.