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Steampunk Robot Unicorn Head by buildersstudio Steampunk Robot Unicorn Head by buildersstudio
You can buy this item at my online shoppe <[link]

Steampunk inspired head of a robotic unicorn! Dark, metallic coppery color, real metal mini gears for eyes, antenna horn, "springy" mane! It's longest dimension is about 2 1/4".

This is one of my all wood (almost 100%) "dangle" creations. I use paint and many finishes, often metallic, and make sure a lot of details shine through, often even the wood grain despite sometimes high tech themes. They may maintain a retro, sometimes rustic look and feel to them, like an "olde worlde" toy or something. Comes with metal hanging hardware / findings.

Please see my many other pieces, usually made from wood, including robots, rockets, flying saucers, vehicles, ray guns, animals, diorama scenes and more!

Consider the many uses for this item ... a dangle comes in handy! A popular use (and one of my own first purposes) for these are as a pendant on a necklace! Also consider it's potential as a hair clip decoration, single earring, zipper pull, hang it in a window, from a rear view mirror, next to your computer screen, AND DON'T FORGET the other of my own top 2 choices -- a Christmas Tree ornament! I hope the pictures fully communicate the charm I am sure you will find in the final product.
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Lightninging63 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012   Traditional Artist
That. Is. Awesome.
Two fantasy things blended into one awesome.. head.
I like it.
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AveNDarknesS Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
DAMN!! THIS IS JUST EPIC!!! *.*
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aisykun12 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2010
now spray-paint it white, and add a rainbow-colored wig for the mane ^^
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evanesces Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2008
very creative, cool concept
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Umaseti Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2008
nice job. if u were a 3-d modeler in a game dev team you could put the many crafts u build into a 3-d scanner.
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buildersstudio Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2008
You mean they build it "real" then put it into the computer? Not CAD first?

I want one, what, a $100,000?
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Umaseti Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2008
the cheapest on costs like 3000. it can only scan small items like your crafts.
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buildersstudio Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2008
Oh, well, still out of my budget. THanks!
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Umaseti Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2008
alright. when i find the u tube video ill send it to u. it is perfect for the things you build because it can't scan things too big.
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