I saw this striking Hindu goddess at the Minneapolis Institute of Art and wanted to model her. I took 52 photos in RAW format using a tripod but I was unable to get photos of the top or rear of the goddess.
I'm still unsure how to create a solid, printable version of sculptures like this one if I'm unable to get all the sides of it, so if you'd like to print one, you'll need to give it a flat back and base.
If you'd like more information about this sculpture, check out this link: http://collections.artsmia.org/search/yogini
I used a tripod with my camera. I took all the photos at ISO 100, f/8 to ensure reasonably sharp images with the maximum information captured for Photoscan to work with later. I shot all the photos in RAW format.
At home, I imported all the RAW photos into Lightroom, made some tone and color adjustments to match the true color of the original sculpture and exported the photos as 8-bit TIFs.
In Photoscan, I used the 'Medium' settings at each stage. I double checked the finished model, filled a few small holes, then got stumped on how to create a flat base and back for the model and finally decided to share it as-is.