Hi, so I'm working on a new art project where I turn 3D scans of people's faces into 3D printed masks that can be worn. I need to figure out the most streamlined/easy way to do this. I guess I need guidance on what 3D scanning app/ software would be best catered to faces? Ideally I'd need to cut/edit the facial scan to be thin and inverse on the inside so that it fits onto a person's face. I know the process of editing the scans down to the desired mask won't be easy but I guess I need to start with scanning and turning them into stl's before I can worry about that.
In terms of cameras: I have access to a DSLR from the library but I also own a Pixel 3.
In terms of printing: I have access to the public Library's 3D printers that are already loaded with free filament, and have checked to make sure they're big enough to handle a human sized face mask.
Any help would be appreciated.