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Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Traveler’s Bow + Ancient Arrow! 3D Printed! by @3DCentralVA

The folks over at 3D Central designed and 3D printed a Traveler’s Bow and Acient Arrow from Zelda: Breath of The Wild. The bow was 3D printed in wood filament, sanded and stained to appear as if it was carved out of real wood. The Ancient Arrow also has embedded LEDs to light up the translucent tip! Great work, 3D Central!

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