Garden Frog

by ICEPICKTONY, published

Garden Frog by ICEPICKTONY Jun 18, 2013




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This is a scan of a garden frog sculpture. It is my first scanned item.

There were a couple problems I found when I attempted to print the original. The second version was even worse, so this is version 3. The base has been repaired and the bump under the neck is fixed. I have uploaded the repaired versions.

Please let me know if you see anything else wrong with this. It is in my printer now, and a photo should be coming soon.


I scanned it in using A PrimeSense Scanner and Skanect software. I did the basic editing of the file in Scanect to make it watertight.

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