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Seahorse Pegasus

by cerberus333, published

Seahorse Pegasus by cerberus333 Jan 6, 2013

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Seahorse Pegasus
fantasy figure squared

Modeled in sculptris
flat bottomed in Truespace5

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I have not printed this as yet.
This figure will need support on FFF printers.

I am including a left and right side set of files as they will use MUCH
less support material.
size each the same if resizing.

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Seagasus?

Pegasea?

Horsewet?
HorseFlyFish?

Man, that's excellent! Cool concept.

Thanks,
I like to think that all us making fantasy figures are in a way pushing the envelope and prodding each other to make even more wild stuff. Not everything is going to be great, but I think sometimes these weird things might provoke another idea which will be really superb.
Like the silly pun figures i made, some are just to show this medium allows free experimentation and we can do it with humor (as bad as that humor might be (KnightCrawler for example)) or like rock frog making a figure combining things not usually associated with eachother.
I hope more folks feel free to experiment and "brainstorm" ideas that are free association things. I think it helps overall to advance the creative spirit. If people see some of us willing to make silly or foolish things, they wont feel as self conscious to do the same. Anyhow I'll climb off my soapbox and say thanks again. I appreciate your feedback.

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