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Forth Vineyard (Jug)
Exhibited as part of GOSSIP @ the Smith, The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum. Printed in rubber-like black dye.
In the summer of 2016 I interned at The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum, this is where I was first introduced to the processes of 3D scanning and modelling. Therefore, I decided to create a 3D scan of an artefact from the museum’s collections for the exhibition. I went with an item titled Forth Vineyard (Jug) which represents the history of the Kippen Vine in the Stirling area. To create the 3D scan I used a method called photogrammetry. The process involves stitching together several overlapped 2D images in the relevant software to produce the 3D model. The next stage was to clean up the model using an editing programme to successfully 3D print the artefact.