Hi Hal & Maxem,
thanks for your comments. I appreciate the tips.
I do have to make better markers. I was thinking on printing them on black because of the laser reflections, but completely removing them is a better option for camera settings and all. Any advise on paint or paper that reflects the least?
The weavyness causes distortions in its 'lens correction' I guess, so a solid marker board would be best. But I do need multiple sizes, as I want to scan clay models, but also a bit bigger things like products or a head.
Definitely need more scans. 4 was too little, but I was surprised by the bad alignment, they do include part of the left/right face. But I see at others they have better luck with auto-align the more scans they have. We'll try again.
I'm waiting on you guys to make a David Laser joke...
Maxem, I do like Wrapit. It was the first time I used it, and later found the Graphite method on youtube...does that work? I'll try that also. But what Wrapit does, is snap the polygons around the model, to the nearest surface point it can find. The nice thing is, is that you can shift-drag a edge-loop and it will immediately snap in the right place. Also, after a Turbosmooth, it will follow the original surface even better, and better... I didn't buy it, nor got a demo...
I did have trouble installing it, but it runs when I put the plugin in the folder, and don't when I remove it
It didn't crash yet. Just make sure you place your model correct before starting, i made the above under a 45degree angle..grrr...
David ...no pun intended!