Stack of Schnauzer puppies

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I need a 3D drawing of a stack of schnauzer puppies (in diapers) that are placed on top of one another (alternating back and front). I intend to 3D print this out and it's meant as a Christmas present.
Life size, or maybe slightly smaller. Entire stack should reach up to the lap when seated. All the puppies can look the same so it'll be a relatively simple project.
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<p>The puppys should be standing like this</p>
<p> or&nbsp;</p>
<p>Stacked on top of each other. Each puppy hind feet will be on the puppy below's head so that there is an alternating back view and front view</p>
<p>Would prefer if the puppies have cuter faces like&nbsp;</p>
<p>Picture of dog in diaper&nbsp;</p>
<p>Diapers dont need patterns - they just need to be obviously a diaper and not blend/look like it's part of their bum.</p>
<p>I intend to print this using this material so the end product should be all white.&nbsp;</p>
<p>Please let me know if you have any other questions!</p>


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#2 Just a half of a dog by Vedran Starcevic
Dec 3, 2012 19:50


Vedran Starcevic


Mon, 03 Dec 2012 20:04:54 +0000
Please comment on attached model - if this is satisfying, details like head tilt, diapers, connection points can be easily added.
Fri, 30 Nov 2012 03:58:55 +0000
It's a really cool concept. Could you a example link of what you'd like the schnauzers to look like (ie. should they look like cartoon animals or should they look realistic)? Do you have any example dog in diaper pics that could help as a visual example of what you're looking for (doesn't need to be schnauzer, it could be any dog)?

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