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Scanning an action figure

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Scanning an action figure

Postby SooS » Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:47 pm

Hi guys,
Since a few weeks I've been messing around with a motorized laser scanner using stepperbee, and today i finally had the time to do some longer scanning sessions.
I have started scanning an action figure i want to use in a little 3d animation experiment,so I have taken the figure apart and will scan all the parts seperately.Here are the results of today's session.
yf19backtex.jpg
backside textured
yf19backuntex.jpg
backside untextured
yf19frontuntex.jpg
frontside untextured
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Re: Scanning an action figure

Postby SooS » Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:51 pm

1 more render and some pics of the actual object, and how the action figure all pieced together :p
yf19fronttex.jpg
frontside textured

DSC_0297.JPG
actual object

DSC_0300.JPG
action figure
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Postby hal » Sat Jan 22, 2011 12:51 am

Hello

compliments, seems a very good scan.
Please keep us updated about the work.

Regards,
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