Full Version: WIP Starship cruiser still in progress

From: threedfanatic (3DFANATIC) [#13]
 22 Oct
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Little update, finally got a chance to work on this for a bit. Let me know what you all think of the newer ship.












Image Attachments:
buttom view.jpg  perspective.jpg  side ship view.jpg  View1 smaller space ship.jpg 

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From: mkdm [#14]
 23 Oct
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Hi 3DFANATIC.

Very nice model ! I like it. I'm curious to see some render.

If I can give you a little suggestion, please check this picture :




It seems that in some area the model is too coarse. It lacks some filletting and/or smooth transition among its different body parts.

Have a nice day.

Ciao!

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From: threedfanatic (3DFANATIC) [#15]
 23 Oct
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Thanks Marco sorry i should of said still a wip but your right still need to put a little more work into the wings and body connection. Also some work on the engine as well. Again thanks for the post and opinions

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From: mkdm [#16]
 23 Oct
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You're welcome 3DFANATIC.

Ciao!

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From: threedfanatic (3DFANATIC) [#17]
 31 Oct
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Finally got some time to work a bit more on this opinions welcome. Anyway here is an update going to start to texture this thing might make some small tweaks during the process. Really liking this program and its power a bit of challenge learning this compared to the subd method, but more powerful specially when you don't have to deform an object. Take care














Image Attachments:
buttom section with landing gear.jpg  closeup of engine.jpg  closeup of inner engine section.jpg  Newer Perspective1.jpg  ship with gunpods.jpg 

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From: mkdm [#18]
 2 Nov
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Hi 3DFANATIC.

I see that you did some refinements on many areas!

Well done. Now it's very nice!

But, all depends on what kind of camera framing you want to use.

For example, if you have a shot where these things are very close to the camera, I think you should add some fillets or other type of refinement to the these red areas :



But, I repeat, all depends on what kind of camera framing you want to use.

Thanks for sharing.

Ciao!

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From: threedfanatic (3DFANATIC) [#19]
 4 Nov
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Thanks Marco I will see how I plan to use this and if I am going to be close up or not to make those decisions. Yes adding that details is always very nice in looks but gets very expensive in added polys and increasing render times. But like you said if this is going to be in the frame and close up it is worth adding in that detail. Thanks for the detailed feedback appreciate another opinion other than my own. Have a great night

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