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Scan and remix of a pig money box

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Here is my last project. At the fablab, I was testing the Ciclop 3d scanner. So I started with an easy scan: a big object not shinny, a piggy money box.

Scan turned out well (a lot of work with meshlab is required to get a nice mesh).

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Then I wanted to make my own remix of this scan, in Blender, I used a decimate modifier and the Tissue addon to get this shape:

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Hope you like it, and I guess my son will like it

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