We are all used to seeing ZBrush used in the media and entertainment industries. But what happens when a child goes missing at 4 years old and his parents want to see what he would look like 28 years later? This is where the Forensic Department at the DHPP in Sao Paulo is responsible for reconstructing the faces of missing people and victims of crime. In this particular open case, the child’s mother requested a progression age job from a photo of the little boy at just 4 years old. From nothing but a low-resolution photograph, Vilson Martins was able to create a 3D model of the boy now aged 32. The image has now been published to try and find him.
It’s not just missing persons, though. Recently, one of the modeling projects involved reconstructing the unrecognizable face of a badly beaten deceased victim. Using tomographic scanning the team was able to create an accurate reconstruction. And after 3 months of investigation, the culprit of the attack was found!
Learn more about Vilson Martins’ work at www.vmartinsart.com.