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The Tamada Cow 3D Model
The Tamada cows are twisted perspective depictions featured by multiple points of view (much like as in the art of ancient Egypt). Digital mannequins are a useful tool to deal empirically with the inverse optic problem, fundamental in stylistic interpretations. The texture of the mannequin, endowed with a realistic model of the skeleton, reproduce the coat of a particularly significant cow shown in the Manda China shelter. The 92 meters long decorated wall of Manda China, a site initially reported by Bailloud in 1956, is now surveyed in 3D, at a resolution of 0.30 mm.
Reference: Alessandro Menardi Noguera, 2018. The emergence of an artistic canon at the Tamada discontinuity (Ennedi, Chad)