These adorn some of the walls and ballustrades around Portmeirion.
My intention is to paint the finished result to match the original and dot around my garden.
Printed using repetierhost, scaled up 250% size it came out at 20.2cm tall, 90mm approx diameter (not sure why it imported so tiny but might be a units issue during cleanup in 3dbuilder)
Took just under 4 hours to print.
Side note...if you ever get the chance to visit Portmeirion Village in Wales then take it. It's a beautiful, fascinating and clever creation of a visionary. If you get the opportunity to stay overnight then even better - it's feels half a world away from everywhere and the restaurant is a treat. If you are a fan of the 60's TV show 'The Prisoner' then get a visit on your bucket list. I'm not affiliated with the place in any way - just a great admirer and occasional resident. I'm not quite sure why number 6 wanted to leave to be fair!
no adhesion (used Kapton Tape bed + Hairspray)
0.3mm layer height
shell thickness 0.8mm
top/bottom thickness 0.8mm
Made using Agisoft Photoscan and approx 30 photographs using my mobile phone of an Acorn final taken when staying at the Portmeirion hotel in Wales, UK.
cleaned up in 3dbuilder