Converting a 2D Photo into a 3D Sculpture
We create 3D Sculptures of you and your loved ones from any photo you provide. This means you can order from the comfort of your computer / mobile device without ever having to find a scanning station. Most importantly, it means you can create sentimental moments from photos that you already have.
Need a gift for someone who has it all? Hop onto their Facebook page and grab a nice photo of them and submit it to us to make a 3D Sculpture!
The photo you send
Most 3D Scultpures posted on our website has been made from just a frontal single image. One clear photo is all we need. Please ensure you submit the photo exactly as you want it sculpted. Pay attention to the Body pose/posture, clothing, and facial expression since we will make it identical to what you send to us. Please note that for greater accuracy of sides and back you can provide us with reference shots. If you have these please provide them at the time you place your order and not after all the sculpting has been completed.
View the Model
We provide each customer with access to our award winning Zpanel preview system. When your model has been sculpted and digitally painted, we will send you a link to see it. You can then approve it to send it to the printer. Should you require minor modifications to the face shape (IE making cheeks larger/smaller etc..) you can type it in and these modification will be made at no cost and a new preview will be posted. *Please note that the preview system is our way to ensure what you receive is exactly what you have approved. There are rules to using the Zpanel preview system outlined when you login to see your preview.
This is art
3D Sculptures is a 3D art. Our artists are pulling off something quite remarkable to take a single flat photo and make it look 3D in 360. They imagine the sides and the back of the figurine to make it look as natural and elegant as possible. However it will not resemble identically. They don’t know the person they are sculpting, have never seen them in physical form and are trying to interpret what they look like from the sides and back. Its important that the expectations are set. Your 3D Sculpture will not be identical like a wax model replica. It is most certainly subjective. To help make it as close as possible you can provide side and back reference shots.