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The future of photogammetry is today.

>Blender
Chill, autocuck, I just imported the mesh there.
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What is this thread supposed to be about?

That scan can definitely be improved. Also, why would you scan non-organic shapes?
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>>613493
Well, photogammetry, of course.
>why would you scan non-organic shapes?
Someone has decided that he wants his hard surface models with textures baked straight from scans.
I'm not in the position to question this decision, but I'm sure as hell in position to earn from it - that's freelancing in a nutshell, if any of you ever wondered.
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>>613497
>I'm not in the position to question this decision, but I'm sure as hell in position to earn from it - that's freelancing in a nutshell, if any of you ever wondered.
Fair enough. Gotta give the client what the client wants.




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