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More Creatures in 3D

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Brian Harris is a graphic artist who, as of late, has been moving increasingly into 3D work — thanks in large part to the ever-expanding technology of 3D Printing available at sites like Shapeways. Working under the name Timothy BH, Brian has been selling sculptures of Goldie Pheasant from Rock-A-Doodle and Spike the dragon from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, as well as others… and he intends to start taking commissions soon. Check out his Shapeways Shop to see his current work and find out how to keep up with his latest creations.


Image c. 2013 Brian Harris
Spike c. 2013 Hasbro / The Hub

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Too expensive for me.

It's a good thing I can draw, so I can create things like this on paper for free.

Well, I'll be...

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I may make some 3D models of my own to print on the site for myself. It looks like their materials are perfectly suited to what I been wanting for a while.

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Is this unlicensed? Fan art is one thing, selling a $250 bootleg of a copyrighted character is another thing.

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