I would like to thank all those who made the models depicted below. Unless otherwise stated, I modeled the scene entirely by myself from scratch.

Highlighted scene elements for credits

 

Marker #1, "Greek Statue"
Author unknown. Published by and downloaded from http://www.3dmodelfree.com/models/29573-0.htm.

Marker #2, Marker #7
Author unknown. Published by and downloaded from http://www.3dmodelfree.com/models/29571-0.htm.

Marker #3
Author unknown. Published by and downloaded from http://www.3dmodelfree.com/models/29572-0.htm.

Marker #4, "David Statue"
Andrea del Verrocchio, statue "David", scan of a plaster copy. Published by and downloaded from http://www.artec3d.com/gallery/3d-models/. This 3D model by Artec Group inc. (www.artec3d.com) is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Marker #5
Author unknown. Published by and downloaded from http://www.3dmodelfree.com/models/29570-0.htm.

Marker #6, "St. Eligius statue"
Scan of a statue by Nanni Di Banco "St. Eligius", plaster cast. Original in Or San Mikelle church in Florence. Published by and downloaded from http://www.artec3d.com/gallery/3d-models/. This 3D model by Artec Group inc. (www.artec3d.com) is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Marker #8, "Sappho's head"
Plaster model of Sappho's head scanned in several scans. Published by and downloaded from http://www.artec3d.com/gallery/3d-models/. This 3D model by Artec Group inc. (www.artec3d.com) is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Marker #9, "The Bust of Virgilius"
Scan of a statue by Jorg Syrlin "The Bust of Virgilius", plaster cast. Published by and downloaded from http://www.artec3d.com/gallery/3d-models/. This 3D model by Artec Group inc. (www.artec3d.com) is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Marker #10, "Capitals"
The model comes in four parts: the capital, shaft, base, base slab and pedestal which is optional. I only employed the capital. Published by and downloaded from http://artist-3d.com/free_3d_models/dnm/model_disp.php?uid=3418. This model may be used for both commercial and personal use in an image or animation.

 

Many thanks to Autodesk for producing the powerful software Maya 2015 which I entirely employed for modeling the scene from scratch. It made the generation of plants using pressure enabled graphic tablets not only possible, but also easier compared to non-pressure sensitive stroke generation.

 

Thanks "Bootstrap" (http://getbootstrap.com/) for creating this wonderful library letting my going to sleep earlier today. I can save valuable time writing this website. Thank you.

 

Finally I would like to thank all others who stayed with me, who encouraged me in times of finding yet unknown errors in my implementation of theoretical rendering concepts and algorithms.