Head of an Ogre

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Head of an Ogre by tomburtonwood Jul 19, 2012
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China, from the pagoda at Xiuding Si (Xiuding Temple) at Mount Qingliang, near Anyang, Henan province

Architectural Brick with Ogre Mask, Tang dynasty (A.D. 618-907), probably second half of 8th century

Molded terracotta with traces of slip pigment
42.0 x 36.2 x 11.4 cm (16 1/2 x 14 1/4 x 4 1/2 in.)
Restricted gift of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bro; Russell Tyson Fund, 1984.1340



Print it. you might orientate the mesh vertically for better detail

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What a beautifully detailed scan! What did you use to capture it?

http://123dapp.com/catchhttp://123dapp.com/catch -- i photographed it with my camera, maybe 40 times. and processed it via the PC app, -- which is much better than the browsers based version. it came out really well. low relief stuff can really pop with catch.