Charles Darwin Statue

by TheNewHobbyist, published

Charles Darwin Statue by TheNewHobbyist Sep 11, 2014


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I captured this at the Natural History Museum, London using 123D Catch and my iPhone 5S. Thanks to MakeALot for details on the statue's plaque.

'Freedom of thought is best promoted by the gradual illumination of men's minds, which follows from the advance of science.
Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882)
Dedicated by the Rt Hon Andrew Bumham MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport, on the bicentenary of Charles Darwin's birth, 12 February 2009

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Was this final from the 123D and phone or did you clean it up before having a printable file? Just printed it today and it is great, I didn't realize it was scanned with a phone until I went back to upload the made images.

Thanks for the upload too, I was there right after the replaced Owen with this version. There are a ton of statues that would be nice to have printable files of like this.

This has been cleaned a bit. 123D Catch tends to grab a bit of the surrounding area as well as your main subject. I used MeshMixer to remove the background and other unnecessary geometry. Glad you like it!