The rusted patina of these models brings out the details of the working lines carved with stone mauls as well as the rotting holes caused by millennia of rain.
Prototype pix – iron
Cold cast in raw and unblemished iron at 76th scale, these prototype models display the extraordinary details of the carving made by the builders. See the very large and small working lines and the polished faces.
Some recent prints
Posted to the Facebook user group for my 3d printer Wanhao Duplicator 7. For them to “oh” and “ah” over. Most print games figures at around 50µ with faster curing resin.
Currently, I’m adding a newer Nano Zero Stepper to my second printer. I’ve had problems with a new chip on the board, needed newer software, which was buggy and now fixed. But it seems I have a shorting problem. The NZS is shorting and crashing the printer’s RAMPS board. I’ve got to rewire, re set the NZS on the Nema motor…
Possible reasons for placement of Stonehenge
We already know that The Avenue is truly ancient, stripes in the underlying rock which align in places on the solstice axis. How they were made is disputed. But it doesn’t matter, they were there long before man walked the then tree-covered area.
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