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    Default Giuditta (by painting Giorgione De Castelfranco)

    Greetings to all.

    Decided to add a little bit from yourself.







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    Awesome!

    Interesting piece.

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    Beautiful! I love it.
    Just make sure the head is subdivided enough to remove the moire effect on the hair.

    Cheers,

    Rory

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    Default Small update.

    jan19, Thank You!

    Rory_L, Thank You! I am very nice and helpful to read the comments and criticism.

    I did her hair a little differently.



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    I am a great admirer of the Art of Giorgione, and I like your bas-relief approach a lot.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Exquisite.
    It is for 3D printing?
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    This is so beautiful! If you were selling 3D prints of this piece in 8.5 x 10's, I would buy this for my home.
    Great work

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    Thumbs up

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    Erik Heyninck, Thank You! So am I. Since childhood, this painting before my eyes.
    In the house of my Mother weighs reproduction of this (and many other) painting.
    I started this job for a long time. Finished just now.

    boozy floozie, Thank You! Always glad to your words.
    As always, for wood carving. (CNC milling machine).

    Takai, Thank You So Much! I do not make 3d prints. Only makes the model bas-reliefs.

    EgorDD, Spasibo!!! Poka bez Skaipa.
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    There is very small job - finish frame.





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    Lexxx - AMG! You do not cease to amaze me! Share model from the side. This model is for a 5 axis machine?

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    That is ..... that is.......... pure magic .....
    Music for the eyes!
    Clearly! ZMusic!


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    wonderful work! and an interesting approach...
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    Interesting approach, indeed! :-) Marvelous work there.

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    beautiful style.really like the folds..it would be nice to see the 3d printed version !
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