Win a 3D Sculpture of your Pet!

We’ve got a fantastic prize up for grabs this month – an extremely life-like 3D sculpture of YOUR pet!

Arty Lobster (www.artylobster.com) creates the hi-tech sculptures from ten pictures of a dog or another pet which the owner uploads to the company’s website. 3D printing is a process of making three-dimensional solid objects from a digital file.

Most of Arty Lobster pet sculptures are made from our full colour sandstone material. After creating a full colour computer model, they will 3D print your pet in full colour using quite an advanced 3D printer.

The result is a perfect little replica of the pet, which captures even small variations in fur colour and other characteristics. The lucky winner will be chosen at random to receive a 3D sculpture of their pet. One winner will be notified via email.

For more information: http://www.artylobster.com/Arty-Lobster-pet-sculptures.html

Please note that this competition is open only to entrants who are currently resident in the UK. No correspondence will be entered into and the judges’ decision is final.

To buy a 3D pet sculpture, please visit: http://www.artylobster.com.

So delay no longer! Enter our UK competition to win one of a 3D sculpture of your pet. All you have to do is comment on this post here leaving your email address hidden behind your username.

Good luck!

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Michael Clifford-lund

Great prize

Elaine Bolton

Nonny was 5 years old when diagnosed with Cauda Equina syndrome. He was operated on and lived with 6 screws in his spine. After the operation he was totally incontinent. I spent the next 7 years expressing his bladder and removing his faeces which included 3 or 4 times a night cleaning up. Despite this he went on to enjoy agility and he also demonstrated in my obedience classes. When he was younger he socialised puppies and dogs of all types but with his back problem he became wary of other dogs and socialised with dogs he knew well. He was the most handsome all black German Shepherd and in February was put to sleep with squamous digital carcinoma. I am heartbroken and would love a 3D sculpture of this wonderful stoic boy who never complained. Thank you

Lisa Richmond

would love to win this, something a bit different

LJ

Would love to win one of my border collie

maria stone

I would love a sculpture of my jack russell who has recentely passed away,it would be a wonderful reminder of him in all his glory

Ailish Pottecary

I would love one of these! Either of my new puppy or my soul pup I lost aged 7, to Epilepsy in April!

Gail Clement

I’d love one of these with my dog