Archives + 3D: My guest blog post on Sketchfab

Beverley Gate Hull render of 3D model, Hannah Rice
Beverley Gate image render by Hannah Rice

I recently wrote a guest blog post for Sketchfab on my methods for recreating built heritage using archives, Blender 3D software and some heritage interpretation. Many thanks to the Sketchfab Cultural Heritage Lead Tom Flynn and the team! 🙂

You can read my post on the Cultural Heritage section of Sketchfab: Bringing Built Heritage to (Digital) Life

Photogrammetry + Books!

My book for #3DScanBooks on Sketchfab is “The Buildings of England, Cornwall” by Peter Beacham and Nikolaus Pevsner.

This model was created using Autodesk Remake with 100 photos. I also tried Agisoft Photoscan though the mesh came out much simpler in Remake and Agisoft couldn’t pick up all of the black surfaces. The book cover was very shiny and as I had to take the photographs outside, although the lighting was more even, the weather was slightly windy so there was some slight distortion in the model.

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