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    klausknuth: I would be glad to know more about your work

    Kilik: Thanks! (see you next Wednesday for the workshop?)

    Etcher: the 3D print has been delay, I should have in in July.

    Tomas: yeah, I know, I don't really show my work But i have some 3D printing figure in progress

    Maya4fun: as I said to Tomas above, I don't post enough... I must find a way to create days of 48h and no more 24

    Joseph: yes, I know and your work is really inspiring!
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    Nice try Thomas! As the staff at the Arles Museum must have probably pointed out to you this is the head of Roman vintage copy of the "Capitoline Venus". This can be inferred with some certainty from the specific hairstyle. A high res image may be found here:

    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fi...e_Ma336_n2.jpg

    The process of restoring such a work is a demanding one. It requires extensive exposure to the specific master's technique, in this instance Praxiteles. A set of reference images of the Louvre statue is indispensable. Alas, even the Louvre statue has a restored add-on nose...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totyo
    klausknuth: I would be glad to know more about your work
    Thanks Thomas, it was no big deal. It's a quick and dirty tiny version of your work. No retopo and stuff. The Printer of the client, who asked me, is not able to print high detail anyway.

    Thanks and have a nice evening
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    hmm.. Z-retopology without X-symmetry=wasting time..majority part of head was symmetrical I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by lutcus
    hmm.. Z-retopology without X-symmetry=wasting time..majority part of head was symmetrical I think
    On another job with scan data I was thinking the same. But it did not work for me. The new created geometry was not placed on the original one; it was placed off on the other side. If there is a way I would really like to know!!!

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    lutcus: doing a retopology symmetrically on an unpose head is ok, or eventually on the top of a topology which is topologically symmetrical can be done with some software, but in such scenario, I would be glad to hear your technique
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