The past week has kept our photographer busy in diligently working through the limitations of the software, equipment and website structures. We are using AutoCAD ReMake to upload our series of model photos, whereby the software converts a series of pictures to wire-frame format, which can then be converted to a 3D model suitable for printing on our 3D printer. If our tests are successful, we should then have the ability to convert any images, static or including partial or full human subjects.
Along with the ReMake test subjects, time is also being spent to add replacement photos of the design software screenshots with shots of our in-house model displaying our jewelry. This gives us the opportunity to display our jewelry in true-to-scale reference. You can see our model’s presentation of the Aztec Macuahuitl warrior’s club pendant in the Aztec folder. We hope to showcase our remaining designs in thesame manner, so that you can see the representation in true scale.
We’re finally at the stage where we’re organizing shipping services, and will contact our credit card processing service to begin the process of creating links to our items. At that time, we’ll review our website policies and procedures for inclusion to the site on a separate page.
Quote of The week:
“The Earth is Art, The Photographer is only a Witness.”
~ Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Earth from Above