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    Chinese Mantis

    From the album: Portraits

    portrait of Tenodera sinensis

    © Reagan D Pufall

  2. From the album: Assorted

    a young chinese mantis partially submerged in black resin

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    a chinese mantis mounted in resin, fractured

    © Reagan D Pufall

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    mantis arms mounted in resin, shattered

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    a photogrammetry based model of a sheild mantis

    © Reagan D Pufall

  6. I use a canon 5Ds with either a MP-e 65mm or 100 f2.8 L macro. I use alien bees for lighting. I have some tripods and focusing rails obviously. I also have tubes, bellow, etc but they're just not that useful with this lens set up. They are a cheap way to get macro though. I would suggest a focus rail for extreme macro work. The one linked bellow is cheap and quite usable. There's some wiggle when it's not tightened but at that price you literally can't complain. To get anything better is hilariously expensive. https://www.amazon.com/Neewer-Focusing-Close-Up-Shooting-Standard/dp/B009SJ7UWU/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1516740689&sr=8-3&keywords=focusing+rail
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    speared

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    speared

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    © Reagan D Pufall

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    Mantis Head

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    Mantis Head

    The 'scans' are done using photogrametry in which you take a lot of pictures (80-120 for good one) and run it through a program. Usually there is then a lot of clean up on the scan in 3D editing program. Once ready you then run it through a slicer and print it in a 3D printer. The head has a rubber coating and the busts have a metal rod embedded into them and then that into a resign base.
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    Mantis Head

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    © Reagan D Pufall

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    Cryptic Bust

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    © Reagan D Pufall

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