poor noobs 3d scanner
You have a front-picture and a side-view-picture and want to get a 3d form out of it.
And you are not one of those artists, who can take a solid block of stone and cut
away everything to unhide the object, you can already see clearly inside the stone.
this uses opencv, a python lib with in/output routines (incl. windows).
pictures and the python-code part are in this thread posting-no.14 (thats at the end there)
In the opencv lib are a lot of image-processing routines, incl. some to identify the camera postition from a picture and some ways to recalculate the 3d-view. But i am still stuck at the point of the camera-setup - thats why i choose to do the point-selection by hand and look what can be done with it.
There is too the link to a nice quick 2d-triangulation program, but without it it is still possible to read the points into blender (with the generated script) and connect the points by hand to faces.