3D Models

Below are some of the 3D models I've created for various research projects.

Models from the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University

 

Classification: Greek and Roman Art

Title: Portrait of a Priestess

Image Credit: © Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University

Model Credit: Kelly McClinton and Rachel Patt

Culture: Roman

Dates: late 1st-early 2nd Century AD

Medium: Parian marble

Accession Number: 2005.006.001

Description: A thickly rolled fillet around the woman’s head draws attention to the sitter’s performance of occasional and probably ancestral liturgical obligations as a priestess; its ends rest lightly on her shoulders. Behind, her hair is plaited and arranged in a bun; in front, it falls in corkscrew ringlets that float over her brow. Over a tunica (lighter undergarment), she wears a thicker palla (mantle) around her shoulders. Read complete entry here.

Classification: Greek and Roman Art

Title: Head of Tiberius

Image Credit: © Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University

Model Credit: Kelly McClinton and Bernie Frischer

Culture: Roman

Dates: ca. 14 AD

Medium: Parian marble

Accession Number: 2003.55.1

Description: This magnificent portrait comes from an over life-size statue of the second Roman emperor, Tiberius, set up in a public space such as a forum, gymnasium or theater. The back of the head, made separately, may well have included a veil to cover the head, identifying the Emperor as chief priest (pontifex maximus). Read complete entry here.

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The Antikythera Mechanism*

*These AutoCad files were created on the basis of SolidWorks files generated by Scott Shambaugh in 2013 during the month of December 2013, and released January 2014.