This is a basic 3D scan of a carving from a cross outside Holy Trinity Church at Lickey in the English Midlands, just south of Birmingham. Dating from 1906, at well over a century old it has eroded a little but it's still in good enough condition that it can easily be recognised as depicting Jesus with a crook and five lambs, with a couple of trees in the background.
The dedication reads: 'In loving memory of Jane Crump of Lydiate Ash, who fell asleep November 10 1906 aged 62 years. Come unto me ye weary and I will give you rest.'
For more information on the church please visit their website at http://lickeychurch.com or, of course, why not drop in and see it for yourself.
The scan was made with the Sony 3DCreator app on an Xperia XZ2 phone. It was then processed and rendered to the final model using a combination of the Nomad Sculpt Android app and Meshmixer on a PC. The print in the photos was then made using a Monoprice Mini SLA printer with Elegoo water washable resin.
Please note that this scan is provided without any license for commercial use. It is intended simply as a pilgrim souvenir you can have the fun of printing yourself, such as for making your own Pilgrim Badge. And of course it is intended to be a motivation for you to visit the beautiful Holy Trinity Church yourself.
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