Nisus and Euryalus (1827) by Jean-Baptiste Roman (Louvre Museum).
Nisus and Euryalus are a pair of friends and lovers serving under Aeneas in the Aeneid, the Augustan epic by Virgil. Their foray among the enemy, narrated in Book nine, demonstrates their stealth and prowess as warriors, but ends as a tragedy: the loot Euryalus acquires (a glistening Rutulian helmet) attracts attention, and the two die together. Virgil presents their deaths as a loss of admirable loyalty and valor. They also appear in Book 5, during the funeral games of Anchises, where Virgil takes note of their amor pius, a love that exhibits the pietas that is Aeneas's own distinguishing virtue.
Nisus and Euryalus sculpture is a digital detailed high polygon 3D model. This 3d model was created by ZBrush 4R8 and exported to STL and OBJ formats.
This 3d model is prepared to physical production by 3d printing, CNC machining and for making a mold for casting in gypsum, plastic, metal, chocolate etc. Also it can be used for interiour design and vizualizations.
The original size of digital sculpture is 2087x2470x1066 mm. 3d model can be scaled up or down.
1:10 scaled (209x247x107 mm) 3d-print ready verison is also included in STL and OBJ formats.
Polygons: 2780773 Vertices: 2744115
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