Photogrammetry project Breda City Museum

Finished this project for the City museum of Breda ( ).

The little pig is the mascot of the museum. In Breda, the pig has quite some meaning, since pigs played a large role in stopping the plague from spreading in medieval times. This carving is from around the year 1500-1600. The statue of holy Catharina is also from early 1500. The colors you see are some remnants of the polychrome. The relic in the middle is from ~1700. It holds a skull and some bones which accompanied the holy Ursula on her pilgrimage to Rome.

I used Agisoft Metashape for the photogrammetry. I used Blender for fixing badly generated parts, sculpting lost details, remaking the glass parts and fixing the UV map. I also use Substance painter for some color correction and PBR maps (Metal and Roughness).

After the offical presentation at the museum in some weeks, these will be posted on Sketchfab.


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Wow, this is awesome! Why is no one talking about this? Lovely work!

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Awesome, thanks a lot, Bart!

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Thank you, that’s good to hear!

Amazing. Looks like a lot of work. Really like the light.

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Thanks. It really is a lot of work, planning, shooting, (pre)processing, cleaning up (both geometry and UV is pretty time consuming) and painting the PBR texture maps. Also a lot of fun though :slight_smile:
Glad to hear about the light, i always feel i’m shortcoming in my lighting, but i’m definitely improving.