Created using fSpy and Blender 2.8x, this model is made to explore the composition and lighting of Titian’s masterpiece Diane and Actaeon. Originally created for the National Gallery’s NGX project to accompany the exhibition of Titian’s work which was cut short due to COVID19.
(This is just a rough prototype to validate an approach to visualisation)
The starting camera view is positioned to mimic the perspective of the 2D painting and thus some elements are merely placeholders to fill out the view (the background hills, the trees etc.) . As you move away from the original perspective the scene begins to break down and elements are left isolated or exposed as carefully placed scenery.
Navigation is a little tricky because the scale of the model can result in large movements.
The original image on Wikicommons :