These shadows were an experimentation that I did with my statue. I was busy testing different modes on my camera as I tried to get the types of shadows correct. I later used a different way to project the shadows (large white walls are unbelievably useful for photographing shadows) instead of blank canvases. While the canvases are bad in trying to get a good single shadow, I might try something different in which I’m photographing shadows on multiple canvases arranged at different angle, heights, and sides.
Here are the shadows of my 3D project. I rotated the statue around as I photographed the shadows in the background (on a wall). The dancing shadows are projected on a wall (flat). If I were to project the shadows on a more textured surface (like boxes), different results will occur. The thin lines that are seen on the shadows are string that was tied to the statue (making a complex web) which help the statue shadows.