Description:I am looking for someone to replicate the attached pin, or to create a close facsimile thereof. I am open to design suggestions; one of my ideas is to add three "X"s onto the pedestal of the dragon under the "IFGS"; perhaps as "xXx" or as three "X's of the same size with the center one raised at half the height of the other two "X"s. The pin is about 3 inches in height.
We need 10 of these items. They are Service Awards pins for the 30th anniversary of the IFGS (www.ifgs.org).
If you are willing and able to do this, I'd like a price quote and delivery schedule, please! We'd like the material to be silver, in a non-tarnish formulation if this is possible.
Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter.
IFGS Society Board Member
Wants:1) Overall look 2) Overall size 3) Amount of material required for each pin 4) Design able to be created in Shapeways
Don't Wants:1) Thick design that requires too much silver. 2) A design so thin that it is flimsy. 3) Something cheap looking.
#1 Drako Mark 1 by Cata
I understand that the contest has stoped for a while but if will resume, this is the model i came up with. If it's needed i can cut it in half because it might consume a lot of material in the manufacturing process. This is just for viewing the model itself it is not the final product. If the contest will resume I will provide a final product. I will be glad if the buyer can contact me and provide some feedback about the model. Thank You!
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