Answered By: Morgan Chivers
Last Updated: Nov 14, 2022     Views: 4

we could certainly help you get set up to do this!

though before we embark on scanning this bust (since it will take several hours of prep work before getting a printable file), I should ask how important it is that it’s actually *this specific head*..?

I put together a collection of 3D printed sculptures ( https://libraries.uta.edu/collections/scantheworld ) intended for use as drawing models of historically relevant sculptures ( https://libraries.uta.edu/news-events/blog/3d-models-help-students-grow-their-artistic-talents ) that are already available for checkout from the West Campus Library!

If the models already in this collection are not quite what you’re looking for, would you be interested in any of the other models available from the ScanTheWorld project? ( https://www.myminifactory.com/scantheworld/full-collection )
here are the ScanTheWorld results for “head” ( https://www.myminifactory.com/scantheworld/full-collection?query=head )
here are the ScanTheWorld results for “bust” ( https://www.myminifactory.com/scantheworld/full-collection?query=bust )

looking forward,
Morgan Chivers
FabLab Librarian