Dear RC users,
I am currently working on capturing a shiny object such in the same manner as the tutorials:
The object I am working on has an aluminum shine/gloss, and I gave this some light white powder to give it features, this is my shiny image upload.
I also covered the same object with white chalk spray and black face paint (as in the 3rd tutorial), “the covered” data set.
So I have two data sets, each of which aligns well individually, but with only the covered version giving a good mesh when previewing reconstruction. The shiny aligns too, but the preview reconstruction is full of holes and dodgy, which is obvious because of the gloss. But I cannot get the two data sets into 1 component. I could only get 1 component using Control Points. So 1 component and disabled meshing for the shiny data set as described in the ‘tutorial’ workflow. But I got an ugly mesh with the preview reconstruction (as if the shiny data is also used for mesh).
Could this be because of the use of CP’s in the covered data set, which align 100% without CP’s? Is there another technique/workflow that I can apply to get 1 component of shiny and covered data, where only the covered data is used independently of the shiny for your mesh reconstruction?
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