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    Quote Originally Posted by Webhead View Post
    Nice piece of work! Hard to know how much it looks like your son, but it's a very cute image! Love all the little details - including his expression and pose.
    Which version of Agisoft did you use, the professional, or the standard version? Did you have an elaborate camera set-up, or a simple one? Is it fairly easy to get good results with Agisoft?
    I ask because I've been looking for an inexpensive way to do some 3D scanning on my Mac.
    I used the stander edition, because it's cheap.
    I did a simple 1 camera setup, with rotating subject (I put the dress on a wire mannequin).
    It took really long time to get the scan done, mainly for memory problems, and the resulting shape is very dirty, you cannot use it as it is.
    The only really useful thing is the texture, you can project it on your retopo model, but than you have to manually sculpt all the details, the 3d scan itself is pretty useless, but it gives you good proportions.

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    From the photo, it looks like you captured him alright!
    Okay, dumb question: So, would you say it would be impossible then to get a decent body scan of someone, or their face, with the subject on a turntable, and with the camera on a tripod, without a multi-camera set-up no matter how careful the subject is is not to move?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Webhead View Post
    From the photo, it looks like you captured him alright!
    Okay, dumb question: So, would you say it would be impossible then to get a decent body scan of someone, or their face, with the subject on a turntable, and with the camera on a tripod, without a multi-camera set-up no matter how careful the subject is is not to move?
    It's possible of course, but you will still need a lot of manual work.
    One click ready-to-use 3D scans are science-fiction for now.

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    Awsome!
    This tread has truly increased the overall quality of this forum! =D

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    Someone might be interest in the process I used to create the clothes, so here it is.

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    Man! you got a lot of nice toys. Maya, ZBrush, Photoscan, Headus, Octane Render. I'm drooling here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zber2 View Post
    Man! you got a lot of nice toys. Maya, ZBrush, Photoscan, Headus, Octane Render. I'm drooling here!
    hehe, yeah I like to use many tools.
    I don't own all of those software tho, I used Maya and Headus from work, I cannot afford to buy everything!

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    Great workflow sir, here we allways learn new things..


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    very nice work and workflow!

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    great work man!
    Rafael Grassetti
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    Quote Originally Posted by grassetti View Post
    great work man!
    Thank you Rafael, I'm a big fan of your work, even if you hate my Walt

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    Awesome work man...and that jacket...awww...amazing.

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    Excellent workflow !

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