This is a late Roman ring found on the continent, on a mountainous foot/bike path, wearing a patriarchal cross and the inscription S.I. , which if I have studied right stands for Jesus Saviour. The two outer marks may be decoration, or also they are local pre-Roman script.
https://sketchfab.com/models/318b0138f3 ... d90bbddca2
I won't go into the trials of getting a finished image, another post for that sometime I think.
With permission of mdf I will also include a real picture drawn by my late relative Carl, someone who always sought, and accepted, the light.
God speed Carl.
And a very beautiful drawing by Carl (RIP)
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I really like this 3D imaging and when I get the time I hope to have a crack at it meself.
Some sort of electrical gubbins(I'm told it's a Deus). In various colours
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Regarding the drawing, It's plainly evident that your relation Carl, was a man of considerable ability and it shows in the lighting qualities of the drawing. A rather special man with a special talent.
Thank you for sharing both subjects of your post Regards ss48
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Good progress on your 3D journey..
Good object with no doubt a helluva story.
And a nice tribute to your relative
Who had obvious talent
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I found that there's a certain amount of elation when each stage is completed and you can see that the result may be half decent.
It just shows that the 3D technology is achievable by those that stick with it
The work by Carl is lovely and look forward to the completion of the website.
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Impressive, you seem to have got the hang of it
He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.
Minelab Excalibur 11
Garrett AT Pro International
Garrett Sea Hunter MK 2
Makro Waterproof Pointer.
Flask of coffee / brandy
Plenty of fags
A lot of patience
What I will do soon is post a write up on my little adventure into 3D so anyone can get some idea of what awaits them, add a few tips to what Paul has posted previously, and add a few links. Even though 3dflow software is set up to be very user friendly, it is a bit inevitable that people reach a point where they deal with technicalities of one kind or another. In not too distant future I think it will be made very easy, Windows PC delayed launch of their product, Sony has a house version for their top phones I think, there are applications on Android trying to get there, and a few serious phone projects underway that are designed to use a comparatively cheap added hardware to achieve high level near automatic results.
I did find a near identical ring on the web, pictured half way down
http://sibulquez.blogspot.in/2013/12/an ... smo-y.html
which is quite an interesting article. As only Boandtia is likely to be able to read it in Spanish here is a translated version
https://translate.google.com/translate? ... smo-y.html
The only difference is his ring is a P not I ( and I have tried every way to check my I is not a P... still says it is an I) .
Thanks and again , and now to rummage for the next object to be subjected to my 3D learning experience.