My work on 3D aircraft

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  1. carbine

    carbine New Member

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    Hay all its good to find a site like this and i have already got a load of verry helpful PDFs on aircraft i am working on.
    These models are known as Low Poly models and are unfinnished in that theay are not textured of finalised so theay are still what is called Works in Progress or WIP for short :D
    Comments are most welcome and indeed wanted.
    B17 Flying Fortress
    C47 Skytrain
    P38 Lightning
    P47 Thunderbolt Bubble Top Razorback

    I am also working on the P51 Mustang, P61 Black Widow,B24 Liberator,B25 Mitchell,FW190 Heinkel HE 111 and a bunch of others.:D
     

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    Very impressive mate! To be honest I wouldn't have a clue how to do that, but there must be some work in those!

    Thanks for posting them!:D
     
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    Thanks its only taken me about 5yrs of using and learnig 3D Studio Max to be able to get this kind of work done. I can do high detaild work but for what these models are for i can only make them at a lower level of detail.
    I did a Fishing Trawler for my old man that kinda turned out ok the lighting is not the best.
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    And this is the first car i was happy with the way it came out.
    Its a concept loosly based on the Plymouth Prowler.
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    Very nice shots Carbine.:D THX for sharing.I like the P-38 and P-47 the most.The Dacota looks good as well.What about textures for them?
     
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    Yeah, nice, thanks for sharing, keep 'em coming....
     
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    Thanks texturing is an artform i have not yet masterd so theay will be done by a texture artist at a later date.
     
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    Great.:D Keep 'em coming.... please.
     
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    Ditto Wojtek! That car looked great- be great to see some of the aircraft interiors as detailed as that!
     
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    It's hideous.. stick to modeling only for as long as possible - you seem to have the knack for it... 8)

    I gave up 3D in favour of 2D work a couple of years ago...
     
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    Oh yeah UVW mapping and unwraping is a pain in the arse, Thanks all will post some other models soon.
     
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    great job mate, have you heard of a program called CATIA that does some pretty sweet stuff, i'll post some pics of the stuff it can do...
     
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    Here is a basic pic of a hole punch in CATIA, carbine i am not trying to overshadow you mate because that stuff you did there was great and i'm no where near as good as that.
     

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    Hay Aussie1001 that program looks interesting.
    There are so many diferent types of programs on the market now its not funny,
    I started with Autocad and moved to 3D Studio Max 5.1 and went from there i am using Max 9 at the moment.
     
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    Yeah Autocads allright however it does fall on it butt when it comes to 3d i find CATIA a much more powerfull program, Boeing, Toyota and All the F1 teams use it for designing their products, it is very good, ill get some more pics up soon to give ya a look.
     
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