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Old 07-20-2017, 07:49 PM
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Re: Some sculpture portraits

On and off 7 years of planning.
I am going to put them on a shelf.
I have a "making of" article I will post on Saturday (as it is the birthday of the subjects)!
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Interesting blog! The computer-aided measurement checks are quite useful! I've never seen that done before. Thanks for sharing!
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Old 07-22-2017, 01:38 PM
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Re: Some sculpture portraits

The thing with the photo alignment is that the angle of the statue and the angle of the reference photo must be as close as possible--any mistake will put the alignment wrong. Plus lens distortion has to be accounted for. I am sure some people can eyeball it without such a method but it is kinda cool to erase the statue layer from the photo or vice versa.
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Yeah, that's way cool! I think I'd be safer eyeballing it - I'm not so good with computer photo programs except for making them the right size for show submissions or my website . . . I can't do anything fancy like you and SculptureDolls do.
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