You are commenting using your Facebook account. Email required Address never made public. The first time facial reconstruction was used was on the skull of Johann Sebastian Bach. His set a small rubber disk at one end of a sewing needle and a handle at the other end. But there was still some question as to what Bach looked like.
Seffner then used the painting by Haussman as a guide to help him with the features that tissue thickness could not.
An anatomist, a sculptor, and the first facial reconstruction
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Forensic artists used to use clay to build up tissue on a reproduction of the skull. His set a small rubber disk at one end of a sewing needle and a handle at the other end. When His pulled the needle out he measured the distance from the tip to the rubber disk in millimeters and averaged out the tissue thickness measurements Wilder The monument is the result of a collaboration between an anatomist and an artist, who teamed up to craft the first facial reconstruction. But there was still some question as to what Bach looked like. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here