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Sadly on this particular trip it was all business and factories. That said, I did fit in the "China Import, Export Fair". Which was excellent. Made many contacts. Fortunately I've visited China several years earlier for pleasure. Spent about 3 months out there. Really enjoyed it. Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong "not China I know". I also ran the Great Wall of China Half Marathon.

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    12-14-18
    Did you get the chance to have some fun while out in China? When not at the factories, did you visit some interesting places?
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Creating an epic running medal for NEVER QUIT
Heyfolks. I wanted to share a project I did last year. I created this epic running Medal for the NEVER QUIT running organisation lead by Erik Petroni Sculpted mostly in ZBrush, with some Maya. Above, that's me. Happy as can be after officially winning my own medals. I ran what is a U.S event, in Malta where I live. This crazy human being is Erik. He created NEVER QUIT. In this photo he can be seen with a few tons of aluminium ingots ready for schmetling. Erik was seeking a digital sculptor. When he read my bio that I loved running. He told himself, it has to be this guy. He flew to Malta and together we created this 7 interlocking piece medallion for a race that took place April 2018. Soon after we flew out to China to oversee its production. Wow, it was not the smoothest experience. We encountered many problems to be solved. We had fun at the factories. All extremely talented engineers. Only we encountered a few communications issues due to language differences. As well as multiple mistakes. Sometimes they would prototype too large Oooops. Other Times, they would prototype too small, lol. Eventually though we had our files ready for CNC milling. Here is the very first casting. Not long after, things got exciting. After a lot of trial and error. Between the factories, Erik and myself. We got it done. The race successfully took place several months later. About 10'000 medals were cast. Weighing in at 8 Tons im told. Photos in the next roll. Freakfinity.com Freakfinity Facebook Page Instagram Artstation