Ocular Enhancement

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"Future bio engineering will happen... it’s only a matter of time."

Digital Art from Lestron

1/1, Single Edition

TOOLS USED: Cinema 4D, Octane Render, After Effects

ORIGINAL RESOLUTION: 1080x1350

FILE SIZE: 22,165,067 bytes
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Dates: End actual: 01 June 2021
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Exit Price: 116,335.00 USD
Lots to sell: 1
Lots sold: 1
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