This is a quick 3D scan of a tree stump close to the Sixth Earl of Plymouth Monument in the village of Lickey, south of Birmingham in the UK. Hopefully you’ll agree it’s another nice example of how nature can provide exciting inspiration for unusual 3D scanning and model-making subjects.
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Please note that this model is provided without any license for commercial use. It is intended simply as a historical model you can have the fun of printing yourself. And of course it is intended to be a motivation for you to visit Lickey Hills yourself.