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Artist uses AI to reveal how rulers would have looked 2,000 years ago

Daily Mail Logo Daily Mail | Slide 1 of 16: An artist has transformed the chipped stone busts of ancient Roman emperors into photorealistic portraits with the help of historical artifacts and creative software. Daniel Voshart, from Toronto, Canada, says that his project of painstakingly colorizing and shaping the faces of 54 Principate rulers was 'a quarantine project that got a bit out of hand', but it has attracted attention from hobbyists to historians. And he has now released his completed work in a series of stunning portraits and posters that cover 300 years of Roman history. Click through to see them all...

An artist has transformed the chipped stone busts of ancient Roman emperors into photorealistic portraits with the help of historical artifacts and creative software. Daniel Voshart, from Toronto, Canada, says that his project of painstakingly colorizing and shaping the faces of 54 Principate rulers was 'a quarantine project that got a bit out of hand', but it has attracted attention from hobbyists to historians. And he has now released his completed work in a series of stunning portraits and posters that cover 300 years of Roman history. Click through to see them all...
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