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Canopic Jar 1

by cerberus333, published

Canopic Jar 1 by cerberus333 Jan 25, 2013

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This is the first of 4 jars.
I was asked to model some of these and this is an initial test of concept.

The top of the 'lid' has a recess that should
fit the top of the jar.I tried to make it a bit loose but I have not tested as yet.

I looked online at some more jars, and I think I will remodel the jar and make the cap have a tapering plug extending from the bottom instead of the current models scheme.


Not printed yet
print at desired scale
paint would be desirable for the full effect.

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I can't wait to print a set of these up. Good job.

Looks pretty darn good! I knew you were the man for the job!

This is great! Finally a place to store all my organs.

brilliant! looking forward to the others :)

For me & u stupidios -


Canopic jars were used by the Ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera* of their owner for the afterlife.

In anatomy, a viscus is an internal organ, and viscera is the plural form. The viscera, when removed from a butchered animal, are known collectively as offal. Internal organs are also known as "guts" (which may also refer to the gastrointestinal tract), or more formally, "innards".