SEGA Logo in stone made by a stone sculptor friend of mine.

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  1. cyberguile

    cyberguile Dauntless Member

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    A friend of mine, stone sculptor, made this for me :

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    A picture with a megadrive game to see the size:

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    He has done a fair few others for himself, check those:

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  2. Blai

    Blai Enthusiastic Member

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    Impressive!
     
  3. mazonemayu

    mazonemayu Robust Member

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    those are incredible; wouldn't mind having the sage logo in my room here
     
  4. HEX1GON

    HEX1GON Pick your Poison Staff Member

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    Love the Gameboy, it's like a split image!
     
  5. cyberguile

    cyberguile Dauntless Member

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    most impressive is that he told me it took him only three hours to make the sega logo o_O
     
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    derekb Well Known Member

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    does he do them by hand or preprograms a laser / water system?
     
  7. cyberguile

    cyberguile Dauntless Member

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    all by hand, at home after his work :)
     
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    graciano1337 Milk Bar

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    Have that Sega one painted and sell it to me!!
     
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    Wouldn't mind seeing it painted myself.
     
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    Very nice.
     
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    stevo9389 Spirited Member

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    that is awesome
     
  12. davenixdorf

    davenixdorf Peppy Member

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    You should tell him to take some casts of his things so he can easily make reproductions and sell them! ... i'm just finishing up a wooden lifesize FF7 Buster Sword belonging to Cloud that I fancy taking a fibreglass mould from! :encouragement:
     
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    Very nice, wouldn't mind one either!
     
  14. cyberguile

    cyberguile Dauntless Member

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    Yeah, I told him I was absolutely certain he could easily build up a buisness from this but he is more like "I mix my two passions: my work and videogames"
    I didn't give up however: I will convince him to start something bigger :)
     
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    That's pretty damn cool
     
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    Personally I would've engraved the logo inverted, so the inside tones are the ones engraved, and the outside is protruding. Then paint it so it looked like a typical 16-bit sega startup screen.
     
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    Denryu マスコット

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    Nice bricks!
     
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    Count me in if he decides to sell/produce it :)
     
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    Awesome...but they could srsly need some paint.

    ...and of course the "Buy Now" Button is missing XD
     
  20. H360

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    Yeah, definitely paint them blue and take a photo. Spray paint would do the trick.
    Ask him first though. You don't want to make him mad for his hard work ;)

    I would seriously consider using those stone slabs for a pavement in my garden. Just sayin'.
     
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