Famously unfortunate Pompeian caught in 0.2mm.



This is a historical low-poly scene depicting an infamous but unnamed Pompeian. His final actions, already echoing in eternity, are now caught in 0.2 mm to echo in modernity.

Source image: https://www.instagram.com/p/BVHhxpyhlPo

ChatGPT: The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD buried the ancient Roman city of Pompeii under layers of ash, preserving the town and its inhabitants. Subsequent archaeological excavations, beginning in the 18th century and continuing today, have uncovered a vivid snapshot of daily life in ancient Rome. The technique of creating plaster castings from voids left by decomposed human and animal remains offers haunting and poignant glimpses into the final moments of Pompeii’s residents, capturing their poses and expressions as they were overtaken by the cataclysmic event.


Beside the human subject, there is a faster printing base (w/ name-plate) offered alongside the full terrain/interior it is derived from. No supports required for any of the meshes.


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