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  • Michelangelo’s David Head Bust Portraits Art Sculpture Resin Crafts Concrete Decorations For Home Mini

    Product Name: David Head Bust Statue
    Size Information (Length Thickness Height):
    David: Width 9.5cm, Depth 9.5cm, Height 15cm
    Material: PLA Bio Plastic, Resin

    The surface is relatively smooth and delicate, much better than the average plaster. Can be used For art to copy from, as a still-life, or for life drawing.

    ☑️ This product is high-quality PLA bioplastic, resin. The surface is delicate and not fragile.
    ☑️ If it is dirty, it can be washed with water. Dip some washing powder and wipe the dirty place with a damp cloth.
    ☑️ The base is carefully welded and stable.

    Materials: Medium: Natural Biodegradable Plastic, Handmade
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  • This 3D printed replica of Michelangelo’s David Head Bust Art Sculpture. This is a scan from a cast of the original David by Michelangelo, a masterpiece of Renaissance art. The cropped bust was crafted in 1899 (Beckett number 756).

    This is a scan from a cast of the original David by Michelangelo, a masterpiece of Renaissance art. The cropped bust was crafted in 1899 (Beckett number 756).

    The full statue of David can be found here.

    3D Printed with PLA bioplastic. The sculpture comes in 4 size options (Mentioned Below):
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  • Venus (Aphrodite) is the goddess of love. She was depicted in the nude or in various stages of nudity (and painted). The figure is executed in the Hellenistic style and famed for its sensuous appearance. It supposedly lost its arms in a struggle arising between two groups of soldiers who sought to claim it as loot when it was first discovered on the island of Milos. The statue’s fame is partly the result of propaganda. It was discovered in 1820 and acquired by the French state shortly after Napoleon’s fall in 1815, at which point the French had to return another Venus figure, the Venus Medici (KAS1241) to Italy after Napoleon had seized it as spoils of war.

    To compensate for their loss the French promoted the Venus de Milo as the loveliest of all antique statues of women. An Englishman even commissioned a plaster cast as early as 1822, despite the fact that the French and the English were arch-enemies at the time, and today the statue remains far more famous than the Venus Medici.

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  • This is a high-quality 3D printed copy of Le Réveil / Galatea

    This slightly larger than life sculpture titled ‘Le Réveil’ (fr. reawakening) depicts a nude female stretching as if awakening from sleep.

    Laurent-Honoré Marqueste was a French sculptor, born in Toulouse, working in the neo-Baroque Beaux-Arts tradition. He was famed for his large number of allegorical figurative sculptures ‘Perseus Slaying Medusa’ and ‘The Centaur and Deianira’

    Made from creamy white PLA bioplastic. The statue comes in 3 size options:

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  • David The Biblical Hero from the 16th  Century come live to you as a replica of the original David Sculpture made with Marble which takes 19hrs of making weighs 100gm (approx)

    All of the products are handmade and 3D printed.
    We work on them meticulously and this makes them unique with the options of different colors and sizes.

    If you have a particular demand, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

    **Our products are made in 2-4 days after ordering. Thank you for your understanding.

    Materials:
    PLA (Bioplastic)
    Plaster (inside)
    Acrylic Paint

    SHIPPING:
    *All orders are carefully packed for shipping shipped by Makers India via their shipping partners.

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  • This is a high-quality 3D printed copy of The Mist Statue:

    The woman just got out of the water. The sculpture depicts mist, in folklore a natural phenomenon symbolizing a state between the real and the unreal. The actual motif, though, is the naked female body. It is a real woman expressing pleasure, and not ideal beauty, exposed to the viewer’s gaze. The Mist was very popular and several copies were made. One is at Strömparterren in Stockholm and another in the park of the Garden Society of Gothenburg.

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    This is a 3D printed replica of one of the oldest known artworks in existence the Venus of Willendorf is replicated here and 3D printed from a scan of the original piece which dates back to around 28000 -25000 BCE.

    It has been slightly adjusted to allow it to stand up on a stable surface but is otherwise as close to the size of the original i.e., 13cm as I can make it.

    Made from PLA bioplastic. The statue comes in 5 options:

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  • This 3D printed replica of The Farnese Hercules is an ancient statue of Hercules, probably an enlarged copy made in the early third century AD and signed by Glykon, the statue was recovered in 1546 and is now in the Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Naples. The heroically scaled Hercules is one of the most famous sculptures of antiquity and has fixed the image of the mythic hero in the European imagination.

    3D Printed with Resin, PLA bioplastic. The sculpture comes in 4 size options (Mentioned Below):
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  • Regional Feature: Europe
    Material: Resin
    Trade name: David’s Mind
    Product name: STATUE
    Designation: Head Portraits
    Style: Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni
    Role: Line Drawing Teaching Aids
    Home Decor
    Feature: Gypsum
    Weight: 400 gm
    Size: 15.0 x 14.5 x 21.7 cm
    Material: Plant-Based Resin

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  • Using a high-precision 3D scanner, we got a high-quality 3D model of a real Sleeping Bacchante. Using modern technologies for 3D printing, we have repeated the Sleeping Bacchante. Now you can put up a Sleeping Bacchante in your home.

    This robust torso was purchased in 1778 by the Grand Duke of Tuscany Peter Leopold from the Gaddi collection, which was located in Florence; nothing is known of the work prior to this date, except that it was part of the above-mentioned private collection.

    In Greek mythology, Bacchantes were the female followers of Dionysus. The name literally translates as “raving ones”, often portrayed as inspired by Dionysus into a state of ecstatic frenzy through a combination of dancing and intoxication.

    In art, Bacchantes are depicted either dancing or sleeping. They are often dressed in fox-skin, the penchant of their God. In this sculpture by Johan Peter Molin, the sleeping female is resting on a fox-skin, surrounded by empty chalices and grapevines.

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