Painted 3D print of scan from part of a sculpture: Antonio Corradini (1668 – 1752) Veiled Woman (Faith?) (early to mid-1700's) Paris, Louvre. Corradini was well known for depicting illusory/wet drapery. I've always enjoyed seeing wet and translucent fabric effects in miniature art so I printed this up at around 1/12 scale as an experiment to see how it might look painted. It's unusual to see figures with the face veiled or covered like this which made it interesting to tackle. Hope you enjoy.
  • girlpainter57

    works very well ,like the fact you have detailed the veil

  • Eduardo Garcia Lope

    Very difficult challenge, great result.

  • Archigrog

    What a challenge! Great result!!

    • Josh_Underhill

      Thanks Archi.. I’m actually surprised it turned out as well as it did. The face is fairly flat and featureless and all of that had to be suggested by the painting. At some angles it looks odd which might be expected but over most views from the front it seems to read ok.

  • Laurent Aubry aka Pisco

    I like the challenge and the amazing result !!

  • Alex ✍

    Great idea and execution ❤️

  • Dexter0015

    Simply impressive. gold!

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  • Pierre Balmette

    Congrats for having the guts to start and achieve this, gold!