New York model maker and designer, Robert Steiner launched "Cello Girl" project on Kickstarter. "Cello Girl" is collaboratively designed and made by Robert Steiner, together with concept artist Billy Nunez and zBrush sculptor Jose Alves da Silva. Inspired by Billy's concept and his unique artwork of the Cello, Robert decided to develop it into a physical model. zBrush sculptor Jose developed the model's curves and shapes and Robert printed it out with his Objet Desktop 3D Printer. Each model is then assembled, sanded and painted by hand.
If you like to have this pretty Cello Girl for your desk and bookcase, pledge $350 you will receive a 9.5" tall x 4.5" wide completed Cello Girl wich is assembled & painted with wood pattern, brass strings and wood stand.
There are also a small amount of kits available for $150, which is a Resin kit with all Cello Girl parts (including brass strings).
Check it out on Kickstarter for more options. The funding will cover the costs of production (molds, resin, 3D printing costs, materials).
image credit: Robert Steiner/Objet
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