Archaeological artefact illustration
Illustration is a traditional way of representing diagnostic and artefacts of interest in an archaeological report or publication.
The artefacts are inked by hand using line and stipple techniques on sheets of drafting film, which once dry can be scanned in and produced in various digital formats and scales.
As a standard, Vindomora Solutions use 75 micron drafting film, usually cut to fit A3 or A2 depending on the client’s needs (and the size of the artefacts to be drawn) and we use Rotring inks and pens.
The illustrations can be presented to the client on the drafting film, or as mentioned above can be scanned to produce digital imagery, usually archive quality uncompressed .tiff (tagged image file format) files.
Depending on requirements (and physical size of the illustration), the images can be scanned at a resolution up to 1200dpi, though most publications are happy with 400-
All illustrations are produced with a graded scale.
All types, sizes and materials illustrated.
News and updates
This week we had the chance to test our new Insta360 camera (during a building recording project), designed for taking 360° video and photography. Remember all the effort it used to take to create a bubbleworld? It appears now all it takes is a 5 second shot on the camera and then a ‘save as’ command once the file is downloaded. Initially the camera produces a panorama which it then stitches together automatically into the bubbleworld
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