I had no faith in this software. I mean aside from it being free, available on the app store, and least of all on my phone. I felt that the quality would hardly be worth my time.
Happy to eat those words. yum!
Welcome to 2014!
I decided to try and scan just an object in my room. So I tried to scan a little figurine of skateboarding skeleton i bought when i was 10. I knew that if the model was to be remotely successful I would need a thin point to cut it away from, so I balanced it on top of a bleach bottle.
First attempt, worked like a charm!. Don’t get me wrong, the detailing was a bit lacking. But the overall form and shape of the model was pretty much on point. And thats the main thing.
I took the model into Zbrush, cut it away from the bottle, and started to re-add some of the detail back. I even managed to fix the wobbly leg that was on the original.
I wanted to understand exactly how good this scan was, so I took it to the 3D printer and printed it to a smaller size. It was a great success! time to attempt something more difficult.
This is a great way to connect the real and the virtual, I want to look into manipulation of the models further on my computer.
pics from zbrush and screen caps from phone
and pics of model as well as a side by side with original