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This was created as a doodle in ZBrush, an excuse to use the pinch brush. Re-topologized and made hollow for printing.
In the short term, one of the biggest class of customers I see for 3D printing are artists and animators who work in 3D art and design related fields who would like to put an example of their work on top of their monitors. Anyone who works in 3D can probably tell you that everyone in animation, has a collection of action-figures and figurines on their desk or on top of their monitor. As 3D printing becomes more accessible we will be a lot less likely to buy figurines of well-known characters from our local comic book shops and more likely to have figurines of our own work, or the work of our favorite artists that we've seen on the forums on our monitors instead.