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Viking Brooch

by Prot0typ1cal, published

Viking Brooch by Prot0typ1cal Mar 24, 2016
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Viking Brooch by Prot0typ1cal is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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This brooch is based on the 11th century Ringerike Disk, from Gotland, Sweden. Any Thule would print two if they were still around today.

Available is a version that has a base and prints without supports. Parasolids included for download. Enjoy :)

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Very cool. You don't happen to have a historical reference do you?

Google "Ringerike disk", 11th century Gotland artifact.

Can't believe this isn't a 3d scan. Must have taken a looong time to build!

What did you use to model this? Please don't say Blender, I'm struggling with Blender.

Solidworks. I really need to learn Mudbox or Zbrush, probably could have done it in a fraction of the time in either. Very asymmetrical, though not readily apparent.

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