The Jewish Cemetery in Charlestown, Nevis is a truly unique heritage site. Within its current boundaries are the remains of numerous Jewish graves dating to the 17th and 18th centuries. There are 19 marked burials, and previous archaeological work suggests that as many as 44 additional unmarked burials may be present at the site.
This grave was created as part of a project to virtually reconstruct the cemetery. It illustrates my process of decimating the original high poly model (created with photogrammetry) to produce a low poly version. Textures were then baked with Blender. You can learn more about the project here.