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Made with 2DF Zephyr, using 45 of 50 photos.
An ocarina is a clay whistle that has a low, soft tone. I made both of these during my high school days, after two different styles. The “egg-shaped” one is a more traditional design, commonly found in South America. The arrowhead decorating the top of it is a plaster cast of a gift-shop point (I didn’t want to risk using one of my authentic pieces). The crescent-shaped instrument is of a more modern design; it was inspired by one I saw on YouTube.
It was somewhat difficult to get enough photos… I ended up holding the camera upside-down, since the lens is closer to the top of the camera body. That allowed me to get a little lower when taking pictures, but I think the limited depth of field made the blanket too blurry, so Zephyr couldn’t use some of those photos.
I think this is a decent quality scan, considering my (less than ideal) equipment and only 45 photos.