This is a basic 3D scan of The Refugee, a sculpture created by Diana Brandenburger and donated to Chichester, by her family, on her death in 2008. You can visit it at Chichester Cathedral in the South of England where it is on display.
The information displayed with the sculpture reads 'The Refugee was first loaned to Chichester, in commemoration of the 900th anniversary of the first dedication of the cathedral in 1108. Brandenburger worked from 1977 as an Art Therapist for human rights organisation The Medical Foundation (now Freedom from Torture), working with individuals and families who had suffered persecution. The Medical Foundation said of Diana, "her energy and commitment enriched the lives of countless clients and staff"'.
To find out more about Chichester Cathedral please visit https://www.chichestercathedral.org.uk or, of course, why not go and visit Chichester to 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 small painted print in the photos was then made using a Monoprice Mini SLA printer with Elegoo water washable resin, the larger one being printed in Flashforge PLA on one of their Adventurer 3C printers with no support material. Both a solid and a hollow version of the scan are included: the hollow one being for resin printing to reduce the likelihood of suction causing print failure.
If you like this model please read more about it on the blog page below:
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 Chichester Cathedral yourself.