What the Hay!
I took a long-ish trip north and stopped to snatch a scan of some rather large hay bales in a field off the road. These actually stood about four feet tall and maybe six feet long. So I thought it would be a perfect subject for a good scan... on the shadow side of the bale. It turned out pretty good. You can see the pinching of the actual bale down the middle. I hope this helps your agriculture styled scenes. :)
I know, I know, I really need to get these together as tiling assets but I'm just too busy at the moment. But that shouldn't stop YOU from making something of them! Hey, if you do make something awesome or improve on these assets please come back and share them with us, I'd live to see what you do with this Cobblestone Brick asset. Enjoy!
Pick A Siding
This Redwood Siding scan is one of my first attempts at getting micro faceted details. While my additional process of painting in additional details from a high pass filter in Photoshop may still be a little heavy handed I'm confident that I'll find a good balance soon and it doesn't hurt in my final render here. I hope to eventually nail a good workflow for creating tiling textures from these scans but for now I'd rather get you access to the models and work out that process later.
Still Drag'n On!
It's not a Photo Scan but here is an asset that is very close to heart. We had this model built (By Adam Sacco) for a fantasy project we have yet to be positioned to further pursue. This dragon's name is Torvid. I figured you might be able to put him to good use! Enjoy!
I just wanted to throw down on a fun little model I was tasked with chasing down a little while back. It was a board, more accurately it was a board to use as a sign. Not just any sign but an over done western styled wooden sign that would match the iconic look of classic western films. It took me a bit of time to locate such a subject because reality does not really look like that over done style. But I am proud to say that after a bit of searching such a subject was located and successfully scanned for your 3D modelling enjoyment. :) This was one of the first times that I attempted to resolve a scan using flash photography. It is only single sided but it's a little beauty.
It's one of the easier types of subjects to Photo Scan but who needs just a one off? Usually nobody, which is why I've assembled multiple mid to large boulder models here for your 3D production enjoyment. Check them out.
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Please feel free to use our 3D scans in your commercial productions. Credit is always welcome but not required.
Staying busy dreaming of synthetic film making while working as a VFX artist and scratching out time to write novels and be a dad to three.