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I modeled these reliefs last year for the Vectric Forum, and I'm re-posting them here for anyone who might not have seen them over there.


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Please feel free to download these and use them how you wish! They are all .stl reliefs, so everyone should be able to import them. They were triangulated to .001" tolerance, so they should both be very clean.

With Halloween just around the corner, these might be a fun project to carve. So again, there's no restriction or conditions, but feel free to credit me if you wish.
I would love to see what you guys do with them, so please post them in the gallery if you carve them!
Heres the DL links
House: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/29717281/haunted%20house.stl
Tree: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/29717281/haunted%20tree.stl

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Norman! Norman..


Those are nice and I really like the psycho house man.


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Thanks Dude!
What are you still doing up?!?!

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Awesome! Thanks. I've been itching to try carving a 3D something. This will be perfect.
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I will carve them for the grandkids, they love to get packages in the mail.

thanks,
ernie
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Jamie,

I must have been in the middle of my big move cross country when you posted these last year! Thanks for reposting them! I really appreciate it!

Mike

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Jamie Those are just sooo awesome
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The carvings are complete and ready to send to the grandkids.

I used the shopBot with an 1/8" ballmill to cut them into a butternut board.  Then we took the hand carving tools and cleaned them up.  Of course Halloween decorations need a little color. So we did some painting.

ernie

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Looking good Ernie!

Mike

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