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November 8th, 2009 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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I have to do a 3D model of the brain that was thinking about using paper mache, but how?

I would like to use paper mache, but How exactly would make it look 3D.

Maybe you could start with some kind of base or armor. A plastic helmet starved from the dollar store can be sufficient. Use paper mache tubes to form the grooves and gyrri. Place the small tubes to the hull. Cover the bottom in some way (The part where the head goes), and you're all set. Good luck! ~ Dr. B. ps ~ Be sure to leave a line in the center (area of the front to back) your corpus callosum.

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