MSc Forensic Art

Laurie Cook

This thesis focuses on the 3D reconstruction of an archaeological case given to me by Ruth Pollitt from the Anatomical Museum of Edinburgh.

The stages of progress are shown with 3D prints of the skull, the addition of muscles and the facial features. The final depiction is made with an oil-based wax and finished with a layer of oil paint to emphasise any skin and hair textures and to give a more human look to the sculpture.

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MSc Forensic Art

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