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3D printed in delicate and grainy, with a coarse finish and sand-like color.
For that Buddhist friend, or yourself, who when you ask what they want they answer "no thing".
Buddha sculpture with chakras inside; for your yoga studio, desk, or house to remind you of that wonderful meditation retreat and all the joy and peace you feel. The design is inspired by the gorgeous Indian chakra buddha paintings and the first 3d printed piece I ever saw, which was a chess piece in clear plastic with a spiral staircase inside. I was hooked on 3d even when I saw that chess piece. I had plenty of time to think about it, as it took 10 years longer to get this to print, but here it is at last. A beautiful reflection on buddha nature and learning to let go and find peace.