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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by 23am, Nov 2, 2007.
Hi! Post your 3D models here!
I used Google Sketch Up! to make this one:
maya work in progress:
childhood fantasy car
something i was working on like 2yrs ago and recently decided to pick up again ( i have no rendering skills)
I used to have a bunch more that I did in 3DS Max from WAY back in the day. Here are some of the only ones I have now, modeled in Matrix for Rhino.
I never did the whole thing but I did modify (added the front weapon, lowered the rear tail bit, added the side pods and a little more)and colour it:
heres my gallery over at cgtalk
all done with cinema4d
I have a few models uploaded to the Google Sketchup 3D warehouse.
If you search my name (SuperCompu2) you can check them out. I am particularly proud of the first large-scale model I made, HMS Titanic.
here's a link to the Titanic
Pretty good although the boat has no bottom - no wonder it sank.
I made a model of my room to see how the furniture would if I moved it around, but deleted it yesterday. Very useful tool.
I really wish Sketchup had some realism effects other than shadow. I'd really like to create things that at least look realistic instead of cartoony renderings.
Those pieces of jewelery and those ball renderings are great, i wish I had the means to create similar items.
Does solidworks or Inventor have mirror finish options? I kinda know how to use those programs and would love to make some cool looking things.
This is a still from a very short animation I made in the Spring. I used 3D Studio Max and mental ray to create and render the image.
A couple things I made for some classes. A-Wing was like 3 years ago, the sharks are from last year. Done in Maya 6 and 8.5
I started this a long time ago and never finished it until recently. Took me about three months total to do. Done mostly in Maya, touched up some of the shading and light effects in Photoshop.
my little dream flat
That gave me a good chuckle.
macbook pro 17"
Thanks. Those were rendered in V-Ray for Rhino. It's a lot better than Flamingo which usually goes hand in hand with Rhino. The balls are to show the different types of metal, 14k white and yellow gold, rose gold, and platinum/palladium. I have more, I should post them too.
Those MBPs are asleep by the way.
Its a damn good rendering when THAT is the only problem with it!
A new model I thought I'd share.
A few of my illustrations...
That second one is ingenious!
Freeny, I would LOVE a poster of that second one for my dorm room! Any chance of getting a high quality .jpg of that? That's just too funny!
I think he charges for that: http://web.mac.com/moistproduction/Moist_Production/PRINTS.html
Working on this for an animation, however, I don't like the way it turned out.
I'll probably start again
Ah, thanks! Didn't know he had a website!