"I saw an angel in the printer and she crumbled, so I gathered the pieces and brought her back to life." Ok, it's not exactly how it happened, but almost. The original angel was of the same design, a female torso with no head, feet or hands, but was to be printed on a 3d printer. But many weeks later and numerous attempts, the company I asked to print it for me came back very nicely and said in paraphrased words. 'We kept trying to printer her but she would not survive the entire process. Her wings would break."
This one below is the third one to make, the first one crumbled also as the temperature was cold, so I had to wait for warmer days. The second one completed and is ok, but too large and clumsy looking, as in very rough form. This one, is much better than the others and although nowhere near perfect it is only my third clay model to ever sculpt. Below you will find the clay model. the 3d prototype, digitally created as a mock-up and then the original 3d design finished as art. More about Syxltrix the phiilosophy behind the angel herself and the art to go with it, at the Dimensions collection of fine art dabbles.
To learn more about Sylxtryx, see more art derived from this concept of an angel and see my other 3d art created in this manner please visit the Dimensions collection.