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 Approx. 20 layers of styrofoam were cut by a CNC router using a 3D model from Thingverse:  http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:25189 . 

Approx. 20 layers of styrofoam were cut by a CNC router using a 3D model from Thingverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:25189

 Each layer was cemented together using adhesive spray. 

Each layer was cemented together using adhesive spray. 

 Ethan and 2/3 of the head.

Ethan and 2/3 of the head.

 Additional layers were added under the face. 

Additional layers were added under the face. 

 A wooden base was built to replicate the one seen in the original photograph. 

A wooden base was built to replicate the one seen in the original photograph. 

 Additional green screen tests utilizing the head. 

Additional green screen tests utilizing the head. 

 Mario interviewing the head for unused footage. 

Mario interviewing the head for unused footage. 

 Gallery view. 

Gallery view. 

olmec.jpg
 Approx. 20 layers of styrofoam were cut by a CNC router using a 3D model from Thingverse:  http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:25189 . 
 Each layer was cemented together using adhesive spray. 
 Ethan and 2/3 of the head.
 Additional layers were added under the face. 
 A wooden base was built to replicate the one seen in the original photograph. 
 Additional green screen tests utilizing the head. 
 Mario interviewing the head for unused footage. 
 Gallery view. 

Approx. 20 layers of styrofoam were cut by a CNC router using a 3D model from Thingverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:25189

Each layer was cemented together using adhesive spray. 

Ethan and 2/3 of the head.

Additional layers were added under the face. 

A wooden base was built to replicate the one seen in the original photograph. 

Additional green screen tests utilizing the head. 

Mario interviewing the head for unused footage. 

Gallery view. 

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