Replicating Titania’s Crown

Sainpa

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Hello everyone, a few years ago I made a set of two crowns for a theatre company, with which I still work on and off, for the play midsummers night dream, one for Titania the queen of fairies and one for Oberón, the king.
Now this set was made by hand and the two are the only existing pieces. For obvious reasons I would like to make a copy of my work to keep for my own but I fear these are too fragile to mold, and to complex for my very poor molding skills.

I need your help, I’ll attach a few pictures of the crown I wanna replicate first (the more complicated one) to give you guys an idea of the work and see if you can come up with something
 

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Sainpa

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Thank you!

I didnt think of that, do you know if there is a program to do that? sorry im no very versed in 3d scaning, printing, etc
 

Too Much Garlic

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If you wanna try out COLMAP photogrammetry where you take about 50-200 (or more depending on how detailed you want it to be) pictures of the object, then load them into the program and have it create a 3D shape, then that is an option.

There are many tutorials online showing how to use the program step by step. It's the best I have come across that you do not have to pay for to use and if I remember correctly, doesn't have a limit on how many pictures you can use to create the model.

With a sculpt as complex as those crowns, I really think 3D scanning is the only option, unless you can take one of them apart to mold, but that didn't seem to be an option.
 

Too Much Garlic

Master Member
Good luck. If you go the photogrammetry route and you get good results I really hope you'll share your progress and experiences here. The sculpts are really looking fantastic, so hope it goes well with replicating them to create spares. :)
 

Sainpa

New Member
Yeah, im gonna try and go that route, Ill be posting the progress and probably the files so anyone who likes them can print their own... some people are super protective about their props/files but to be honest, just knowing someone liked my work and wants to have it is enough pay for me.
 
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