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This is a scan of a woodblock carving by George Cruikshank, a British artist famous for caricatures and his illustrations for Charles Dickens. Two scans of the woodblock are merged together: the surface of the carving from structured light scanning provided by an HP 3D Scan Pro S3 and the rest of the block from photogrammetry (the same process was used for the other final block models in the collection). A from this block would have looked something like this:
These scans are a part of a series of Victorian woodblocks being studied by Dr. Michael Hancher of the UMN English department. The blocks are part of the collections held by the Special Collections and Rare Books unit of the University of Minnesota Libraries.
Scans were made in AISOS, a part of LATIS Labs in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.