How to make a Celebrity 3D mold
Below is the original image of James Dean that we used to make his 3D design.
A 3D artist can spend 100 hours or more on one celebrity figure to arrive at the finished product. When there is so much detail to add it can be very time consuming, but the results are well worth it. There are times when we only have one main image to work from, so a lot of artistic creation is required.
To use an image of James Dean and to sell the product you first have to receive permission from the owners of the estate. Although James Dean died in 1954 his image is still very valuable. There are fees to use a celebrity and you need to have a special idea for it to be approved.
It is against the law to use an image of a person who is still copyright protected. Every country is different, but some celebrities are protected up to a 100 years after their death.
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3D technology is a great way to make celebrities from the past come to life. Great attention to detail, skill and patience will ensure a wonderful result. Remember that if you are considering using a celebrity be sure to get their approval if you plan on selling their image in the future.