Iconic Lion at the Steps of the Art Institute of Chicago

by ArtInstituteChicago, published

Iconic Lion at the Steps of the Art Institute of Chicago by ArtInstituteChicago Oct 7, 2012

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Two lions stand guard outside the Art Institute of Chicago. This is the one on the north side of the building, or on the left if you are facing the front of the building.

scanned with 123d catch. post processing in netfabb, meshmixer, meshlab etc

This thing model was captured and processed by Tom Burtonwood. https://twitter.com/tburtonwood

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