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Customer commissioned this pattern for a family member's gift (coin collector).

It was a fun and challenging build. Some point modeling and a lot of sculpting. A lot of tweaking playing with depth of the model in different areas.

Pattern developed at 6 inch diameter and 1/8 inch depth (out of the box).

Second render is at 6 inches and depth of 1/4 to highlight the detail better.
 

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looks really nice
a lot of work and well done
 

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David,

No. I sell on my cnc forum, so we all have the same cnc (Carvewright). Pattern format is proprietary.

John,

Thanks. I am not fast. A little under 12 hours to make start to finish. A couple hours on tweaking though.
 

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Joe, thanks. I've been making and selling patterns for a few years now. Not a lot of money but fun.

Mary, thank you. Been trying to learn better anatomy and its helping. Start with a flat picture and try to figure out how high or deep things should be. Very much my interpretation of the picture. Sometimes they even look good. :)
 

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David,

No. I sell on my cnc forum, so we all have the same cnc (Carvewright). Pattern format is proprietary.

John,

Thanks. I am not fast. A little under 12 hours to make start to finish. A couple hours on tweaking though.
I would not consider 12 hours and a couple of hours tweaking slow!
 
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Joe, thanks. I've been making and selling patterns for a few years now. Not a lot of money but fun.

Mary, thank you. Been trying to learn better anatomy and its helping. Start with a flat picture and try to figure out how high or deep things should be. Very much my interpretation of the picture. Sometimes they even look good. :)
Hmm, usually it takes money to make money
yet you're making money to make money or is
it that you use money (to buy materials) to make money to make money.
sheesh... i c'foozed now.

Nice job O !
 
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