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Statue Info: Low poly model 19k poly_ready for game assest. Human poly count: 55k. UV model in Zbrush. Baking maps: Normal map, Hight map, Concvity map, AO map.
Height 7.8m Width 2.3m Length 1.85m
Task 5 seperate pieces of Broken statue back to king RamessesII (1304 - 1213 B.C) located in Tanis, Egypt. I was asked from Ministry of Egyptian antiquities to use Photogrammetry and other computer skills to reconstruct the broken statue to help the Specialists to reconstruct it in the real site.
Historical info: Throughout history, Tanis has been known by many names. The ancient Egyptians called it Djanet and the Old Testament refers to the city as Zoan. Today the city is called San el Hagar, though most people know the area by its Greek name – Tanis.