We're a 3D printing company based in Sweden, Europe and are on our hunt for skilled 3D modelers for 3D printing. This is a first test project and the winner will get hired to do more work. See our website at 3dhjalp.se/
Wants:We would like a 3D model out of the 2D image attached. Give it your best shot. Use whatever software you like but save it as an STL or if you have color information as an PLY, OBJ or WRL.
Don't Wants:2D drawing.
#40 Artistic Logo "Brainstorming Lamp" by Ridwan Septyawan
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