Once I got the gist of how the thing worked, I wanted to try something bigger.
I have this random statue of a hand in my house (I bought it at an antique store for $3 and I told my kids it’s for practicing high fives).
I thought it would be cool to make a wireframe copy of it using the 3Doodler. So I did.
Here’s what the hand statue looked like to start out with. Ridiculous, right? But also awesome.
I started by tracing the basic contours of the hand with the 3Doodler, just trying to get the initial framework in place.
With the basic framework in place, I started adding more structure.
I continued adding support pieces, but had to switch up the colors because I was running out of white.
Once there was enough structure for the thing to stand on its own, I cut apart one side and popped it off of the original statue. Then I repaired the cut-apart side and continued adding pieces in new colors.
Here’s what the final pieces looked like side-by-side:
Don’t forget, this is day 2 of a whole week of 3Doodler posts!
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