Post your latest CAD/3D creations!

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by SpookTheHamster, Mar 16, 2010.

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    SpookTheHamster

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    I always thought there was a thread for this but I couldn't find it.

    Those of you who use your Mac for work, post some up!

    A quick description would be good too.

    I'll start us off with a render of my dissertation project, a custom steering wheel for a Formula SAE car. CAN linked for displays and controls, carbon body, weight ~530g.

    Drawn up in Solidworks 2009 on my MBP and rendered in Photoworks. I normally prefer to use NX for my CAD needs but the IMechE provides all Formula SAE teams with free copies of Solidworks, so that's what our team uses.
     

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    VPrime

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    Here is a 3D model I am working on for an iPhone game (only have a few animations left, just never got around to finishing). Modeled in 3d Studio max 2010.
    Supposed to be a stylized/cartoonyish spy.. Inspector gadget meets spy vs spy.
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    Here is a walking animation test. I didn't dot he animation, it is a license free mocap. I used it as a base to make my own animation.:)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrMxOfEDa4c
     
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    Bennieboy©

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    @ Spookthehamster, thats really good, just the carbon fibre mat needs slightly more sheen
     
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    SpookTheHamster

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    Thanks. I'm not too worried about the render though. It's an engineering project to design/build the wheel, so the render was just a bit of fun when I finished.
     
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    FSMBP

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    Amazing idea for a thread.

    adamchase: I couldn't tell if those pics were photographs or CAD...excellent job.

    Everyone else, your stuff was great too. Post more!!
     
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    SpookTheHamster

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    Those building renders are amazing. What did you produce those in?
     
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    andalusia

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    Is all this 3D work really easy... or are the people posting in this thread absolutely amazing? Either way, nice work everybody! Especially that library!
     
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    thanks for the compliments guys. It was all done in C4d and mostly rendered in Vray.
     
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    adamvk

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    Here's a few of my renderings:

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    And because its a Mac forum:

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    chaosbunny

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    Great work everybody! :)

    Here are 3 of mine, all done just for fun.

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    Mexbearpig

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    This is now my desktop background :). Very cool! Thanks!
     
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    RawBert

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    Yes, great job Chaos. Gotta love spraypaint!
     
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    BornToMac

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    Wow. Those paint cans look incredible. Using it as a wallpaper now. Thanks.

    Haha. Just saw that Mexbearpig said the exact same thing.
     
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    chaosbunny

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    Thank you very much! I actually made the spray cans to be a wallpaper, and I'm using them myself too. :)
     

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