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Civil War Era Button

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Civil War Era Button by nyersa Mar 8, 2013
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Button from Civil War Era.

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Button has been processed in meshlab and netfabb, should be ready to go. PLY file has color information in case you were looking for it.

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Any chance of getting this without the extrusion on the top of the button? I happen to be making one for the 24th and it isn't quite as ornate.

Do you mean without the eagle / shield?

Yes, if you have it/can do it that way, that would be awesome.

I could do it but I am not sure which details you would like to retain and how much you would like the others simplified. Easiest way would be for you to download the mesh, load it up in meshlab, select the faces you want smoothed out, and then do something like a laplacian smooth on it (under filters --> smoothing... --> laplacian).

Thanks for the pointer, I'll do that!

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