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How can i model this? photo to 3d mesh

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Hi Guys,

 

i need to model the shape of the elements of the photo below. It has to be exactly like the photo, i cant change anything.

 

So my question is: it is  possible to make a mesh that replicates the shape of the elements in the photo,? Its there a workflow that can speed up the process?

 

 

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Hola. :-)

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I think there is no way... the GrayScaleGorilla team have a tut on something like that, but you have to do it by hand.

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Let me see.

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Here:

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Enjoy.

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João Marco

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  • 1 minute ago, jmarco said:

    Hola. :-)

    ...

    I think there is no way... the GrayScaleGorilla team have a tut on something like that, but you have to do it by hand.

    ...

    Let me see.

    ...

    Here:

    ...

    Enjoy.

    ...

    João Marco

    Hi¡ thanks for the answer, yes i know it, i have used marvelous designer too so i know other ways to do cloth but i want to make it exactly exactly

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    No, the only way I can see to do that in cinema would be with the relief object I think, and that will only give you the part of the scene you can see in the picture.

    I suspect you will need to tell him that the only way to make it EXACTLY would be if it were a real 3D object and you had a 3D scanner. Sorry it's not better news. Let's hope someone else can think of something we missed !

     

    CBR

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