Dolf sez, "I am growing creatures I call Entoforms using the open source Blender 3D software. To do so, I've written the equivalent of a 300 page book in python scripts, which though a work in progress, are already available. The Entoforms have text as DNA, and can thus be based on words, or names. I print them out in 3D, then pin, and label them in insect boxes like collected invertebrates. These I am selling as limited issue collectible art pieces. To help me create the first larger series, and exhibit them this summer and fall at art galleries... I started a crowdfunding campaign."
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