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CapturingReality Hikman Dragon, Dragon contest 3D Model
Hikman Dragon artist: Hikman Béla (1887-1958) location of the original sculpt: Marcali Museum JUST CapturingReality was used till the process, no external DCC tool were involved in cleaning, fixing workflow. (701 images - original mesh at medium construction: 15millpoly decimated/simplyfied to 450k inside RC)
Due to an ongoing RealityCapture photogrammetry competition, I grabbed the opportunity and by the apropos of this contest I reached the Museum of Marcali, in Hungary to ask for permission by capturing my favorite and most admired dragon related sculpture.
Lucky me I got the permission and the support of the museum to accomplish the scanning.
The sculture it self was made in 1930 as the sign of Master Hikman’s locksmith workshop. The dragon sign is a man-sized iron sculpture
Béla Hikman (1887-1958) was a locksmith, but a true artist was hiding behind the craftsman profession.
The Hikman Dragon belongs to Béla Hikman’s grandchildren and can be visited and seen in the Museum of Marcali.