3D pixel Duck Hunt, in real-life

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Duck1 Here’s a 3D version of one of the pixel ducks from Duck Hunt someone made – The Maker designed in 3D Studio Max and then contructed it out of a ton of wood blocks: Blocks used in 3D model: 1785, Blocks used in build: 1240, Approximate Weight: 17-20 ilbs, Length: 24″, Width: 17.25″, Height: 21″ Approximate Number of Hours to Create: 35-40. [via] Link.

2 thoughts on “3D pixel Duck Hunt, in real-life

  1. zahrgnosis says:

    Now, if this had been done in LEGOS, it would be something. :-)

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