Hi, I scanned a sculpted cornerstone, where i had only access to the front. The resulting OBJ file is a surface, that i cannot use in 3D printing, as i would need a volume. Any tips on how to fill the object to make it a printable or editable volume of the complete cornerstone?
You could use Meshmixer (software free for win or mac)
You can find many online tutorials and many videos on youtube
There are free and low-cost CAD software packages that can open some or all of the PLY, OBJ & STL file formats that can be exported from the Revo Scan and Revo Studio software. Using them, you can add surfaces to make an enclosed (aka ‘watertight’) object that can be 3D printed.
For my curiosity: Is a medieval representation of cicle of months, September? Where is? France? Belgium?
The picture comes from a plinth in the wine museum in Paris, and celebrates wine harvesting.