How to Make a 3D Printed Surrealist Statue
The first thing to note is that this is a 3d printed design.
The print, while not as intricate as a sculpture, is definitely more realistic.
The design also features a little bit of botero, which is a reference to Edgar Degas’s work.
The design was designed by artist and artist Fernando Botero.
Botero’s latest project, Surrealism, is a large-scale, 3D printed sculpture created from the ashes of a burnt out car.
It was built in the town of Soto de Positano, a popular spot in Buenos Aires.
It features a 3D model of the burned-out car with the remains of its interior.
The sculpture features a variety of different objects that are part of the manifold.
Each object has been meticulously recreated, from the car’s interior to the paint and glass.
The 3D printing process allowed the artists to create a model of a person with a head, arms, and legs that have been digitally created.
Surrealism is the work of artist and sculptor Fernando Boteros, who was inspired by Edgar Degs artwork.
It’s a tribute to a man who was a major force in the history of the city.
It’s also a homage to the machines of the past that we have today.
Botero created the sculpture after visiting Soto in Argentina.
“I came here with my wife and we were in shock because the car had been destroyed,” he told the BBC.
He says the sculptures were a way of celebrating what had been lost to history.
There are more than 70 sculptures that are being created for the event, but Botero says that it’s the people that are making the sculptures.
“There are a lot of people here who want to give back to the community and to the country,” he said.
As well as celebrating the car and its legacy, Botero also wanted to commemorate the artists who helped make the sculpture.
In this case, they were artist Jorge Mendez and sculptors Pablo Perez and Pascual Díaz.
You can watch the full TED Talk on Botero’s Surrealistic sculpture here.
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