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Old 02-02-2017, 09:01 PM   #1
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Default 3D printing from a movie - help needed

I posted this in the movies forum but might have better luck here. My brother has been playing a lot with 3D printing recently and wants to try printing an actor or actress or something notable from a movie. Just the head will do.

He needs a 360 degree tracking shot going around the head ideally, with the subject remaining motionless and no blur.

I'm sure I've seen loads of films with these kind of shots, be they dolly or handheld, but aggravatingly they all escape me.

Can anyone suggest any films/scenes?

thanks in advance - here's something he did inspired by Gladiator (though not scanned in):

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Michael Bay films are always circling people and their heads, but staying still is another story Plus you got The Matrix films too
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Michael Bay and The Matrix were the first ones I thought of but neither have any suitable shots, Bay keeps things moving too much
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