Here’s the digital rendition of me by Factum Foundation following their 3D scan of me a couple of weeks ago in the Veronica Scanner at the RA. It is quite amazing, you can scroll over and under and see the ‘subject’ from all angles. Have a go by clicking https://play.autodesk.com/pub/15450368?splash“>here.
Great reference material for a self portrait.
I can’t wait to print it out in ceramic medium and see if I can then manipulate it by hand to explore the hybrid possibilities.
Thanks Factum Foundation and the Royal Academy!
WOW! Very exciting, thank you for sharing it. You are still very beaautiful
I watched your ‘Veronica scan’ with interest…. I’m sure you will approach this as a technical novelty which might be a useful tool. Certainly it will not challenge the value of an artistic interpretation. The scan process defines the proportions of the head in one pose which can provide a reference and a visual aid. But the image is lifeless and therefore a bit creepy ! Probably something to do with the lighting….a photograph has more vitality!
However, you will surely have fun ‘printing’ it on the CSM’s machine!
Lots of love