This ridiculous picture can’t help but make you laugh. In 1663, the partial fossilised skeleton of a woolly rhinoceros was discovered in Germany… which ultimately led to the creature you see below. This is the “Magdeburg Unicorn”, the worst fossil reconstruction in human history.
Prussian scientist Otto von Geuricke is the man behind this ridiculous display of bones. In 1663, he found some bone remains of a woolly rhinoceros, a now-extinct species that once roamed over much of northern Eurasia, until the end of the last Ice Age. Continue reading »
A reconstruction, commissioned by Historic Environment Scotland (HES), has revealed the face of a Neolithic dog for the first time in over 4,000 years. The reconstruction has been created from the skull of a dog discovered in Cuween Hill chambered cairn on Orkney. Continue reading »
Forensic Artist Brilliantly Reconstructs A Face From An Empty Skull-Shaped Bottle Of Crystal Head Vodka
Scotland forensic artist Nigel took an empty skull-shaped bottle of high-end Crystal Head Vodka and reconstructed a face — much like he would have with an actual skull — based on it. Nigel thankfully took a series of photos documenting the step-by-step process from empty bottle to creepy reconstructed face. Continue reading »
Today we would like to present you five rare automobiles. Out team has made these 3D models paying attention to all details of the exterior. We were inspired a lot and now we are thinking about printing them on a 3D printer. We believe that the most exciting in the profession of 3D artist is the moments of studying the object of modeling. Working with automobiles, little by little, you begin to take a serious interest in the history of their creation; you search for photos and blueprints; you try to raise constantly your standards of accuracy and fidelity drawing headlights, logos etc.. So, let’s have a look what we’ve got for you. Continue reading »