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Monday, 17 October 2011

3D Facial Reconstruction

                             3D Facial Reconstruction

                    The process of reconstructing the face using 3D facial reconstruction

Identity of an unknown person usually derived from skeletal remains. This process is used when all traditional means of identifying the remains have been done. The reconstruction is done from a clean skull, if the skull still has tissue attached to it the skull will need to be cleaned in order to start the process of reconstruction.

Tools needed
  • Oil Based Clay between 10-12 lbs
  • 6" Steel Ruler In Millimteres
  • Wire Tool Sculpting Tool
  • Flat Wooden Spatula
  • Point Wooden or Metal Tool
  • Boley-Style Gauge in Millimeters
  • Plastic Roller
  • X-acto Knife And Blades
  • Acetone Soluble Clear Glue
  • Cotton Balls
  • Vinyl Machine Erasers Strips, Used As Markers
  • #40 Grade Sand Paper
  • Stand For Your Skull (This Can Be Made)

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