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Score
4.64 / 5.00

Date
08/08/2012
Category
3D Art
File Info
512 x 1182 px
JPEG
170.5 kb
Tags
octopus
animal
cardboard
3d

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Author Comments

This is an octopus that I made entirely out of cardboard, hot glue, and spray paint. I hope it is to your liking.

Reviews


JackDCurleoJackDCurleo

Rated 5 / 5 stars Aug 8, 2012

This is really awesome. I especially lie the use perpendicular circles as oppose to a traditional "skin" so to speak.
Also I like octopi, so extra points there.



DeckyDecky

Rated 5 / 5 stars Aug 8, 2012

Looks pretty awesome, now the big decision you have to make now is do you leave it like that or do you use it as a frame and build it up. It's up to you but I know that personally I couldn't be able to resist it after a while. Then I'd be stuck after that as to make it realistic coloured or abit more abstract.

Anyway, it looks brilliant. how big is it?


spoonfed responds:

Thank you for the review. It stands at about 2 feet tall and a width of roughly 3 feet. I like the idea of using the octopus as a frame for something more, but I think I'm done with it. I want to move on to my other projects.