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    Wood Plane

    Hi all,

    I just finished a low poly model of a wood plane. The model is 2981 triangles and has a 1024x1024 set of textures. I set it up to render in Sketchfab. Most of the work was done in Blender with map baking done in Handplane Baker. If you haven't tried the software - you should, it works great. 2 things to remember are to scale up your Blender model to avoid artifacts in the bakes and always export into fbx - I had issues with the obj export.

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    It looks really nice. For the screw, I would have cheated and just looped the edges of the thread, I am wondering, if you did that as well? I couldn't tell, but I think so. The whole things looks great.



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    Originally Posted by koots2 View Post
    It looks really nice. For the screw, I would have cheated and just looped the edges of the thread, I am wondering, if you did that as well? I couldn't tell, but I think so. The whole things looks great.
    The screw is just a textured cylinder. It is a high polygon mesh detail baked into a texture.
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    Saw your work at polycount, good looking stuff.

    Btw, your site zenchuck.com is down: "This server does not serve the host you are looking for."



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    Wow, great work
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    So amazing. I honestly thought it was a photograph at first look.



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    Flat-out gorgeous. It's plane to see how talented you are at this.



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    Excellent work! It looks incredible especially considering it's poly count, 5 star work without a doubt!
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    Looks really cool! You did the texture very good! I love how you took the simpel form to something realistic



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    Excellent! I would love to see a render of that model
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    I have put too many hours in with one of these making my guitar lol. Looks really nice.



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    Gorgeous!
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