Reality Capture of a replica of a Sikyatki Polychrome vessel. Skiyatki Polychrome vessels were coal-fired yellowware manufactured on the Hopi Mesas from after AD 1375. In many ways, this type of pottery was one of the finest achivements of precolonial arts in North America. The form of the clay body represents a mastery of the mechanical processes by which vessels can be formed, and the painted designs contain levels of abstract symbology that Piccaso would have been proud of.
This replica was created by Bill Freeman but discarded due to accidental damage, visible in this model.
Model created from 700 images, resulting in a 25 million polygon model, decimated to 800,000 polys to share on Sketchfab.