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Chinese Dragon with Pearl

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So, I made the base for this dragon and printed it. The print is 23CM long x 10CM wide x 17CM tall with a 0.2mm layer height. I put weights in it while printing to keep it nice and steady feeling. Painted with Duplicolor paints. The pearl was painted with fingernail polish to give it a slight colour changing look and bit of opalescence.

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