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by Robin Springett
A quick model of a tooth fairy (Carcharodon calcarea). I sliced it and ran a print to make sure it worked but never really finished it. Thought I'd put it up here and see if any of you talented people wanted to make a better job of it than I did.
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Noe + Pedro Ruiz
Dami sama de La Tierra
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