FACIAL RECONSTRUCTIONS

The following range of facial reconstructions can be produced:

  • Traditional 2D approximations (mixed media)

  • Digital 2D approximations (Photoshop)

  • Traditional 3D sculptures (wax/clay)

  • Digital 3D sculptures (FreeForm)

Future mediums I plan on experimenting with are:

  • Digital 3D sculpture (Zbrush)

  • Traditional 3D sculptures (silicon finished)

Unfortunately I am unable to display any forensic facial reconstructions due to confidentiality and ethical considerations.

 

All reconstructions shown below are of archaeological individuals.

Edinburgh

Tram Project

A series of archaeological reconstructions, of mediveal individuals, excavated from the York Place to New Haven  dig  for the Edinburgh Tram Project.

These reconstructions are being commissioned by Edinburgh City Council and Guard Archaeology, in partnership with the University of Dundee MSc Forensic Art & Facial Identification internship.

Ancient

Ulmentum Woman

An archaeological facial reconstruction of a 4th century woman from the Danube Delta, Romania. Created for the Woman at the Edge of Empire: Female Social Identity in the Lower Danube Delta in the 4th-6th Centuries AD and as a University of Dundee MSc Forensic Art & Facial Identification thesis.

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Roman

Disabled Male

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WAEE Romanian 

Woman

A recently reworked archaeological facial reconstruction of a 4th century woman from the Danube Delta, Romania. Created for the Woman at the Edge of Empire: Female Social Identity in the Lower Danube Delta in the 4th-6th Centuries AD and as a University of Southampton Dissertation. To see he original reconstruction and to find out more, please click below.

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