I gathered as many good photos from the Internet as possible to recreate Antoine Bourdelle's dynamic sculpture, the Hercules the Archer. I had to do much post-processing to fill holes and smooth the mesh as I didn't have enough high quality photos to model from.
Hercules the Archer is a sculpture by Antoine Bourdelle, originally made in 1909, which now exists in many versions. It was a commission of the financier and philanthropist Gabriel Thomas, as a single copy in gilt-bronze in April 1909; Bourdelle worked on the sculpture in the summer of 1909. It was cast by Eugène Rudier, and it was exhibited at the National Society of Fine Arts in 1910, and much appreciated. The dimensions were 2.50 m × 2.40 m.
The second version was developed around 1923. It differed from the first version with additions of reliefs on the rock right, representing the Lernaean Hydra and the Nemean Lion. Finally a banner along the base of the sculpture and the monogram completed the work.
For more information, please follow this link to Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hercules_the_Archer