Patek Philippe® Grandes Complications Chronograph 5208R

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(Stephane Issaurat) #1

Hello,
this is an animation of a Grandes Complications chronograph by Patek Phillipe® modelised and animated with Blender.
Please Tell me your thoughts about this project :slight_smile:



The model :


(Lincoln Deen) #2

That is very good! The lighting, watch band material, its all amazing :+1:

Keep it up!


(Stephane Issaurat) #3

THX ! :slight_smile:


(Jason van Gumster) #4

Psst… you’re #featured! Congrats!


(Member) #5

Very nice work…


(JoeW) #6

Impressive! If it was a little less perfect, it could pass as a photo. Still, this could be used in an advertisement, no problem :slight_smile:

This is one of those times when you REALLY wish that Blender’s glass had chromatic dispersion…


(Stephane Issaurat) #7

True ! :slight_smile:


(Stephane Issaurat) #8

Wow, incredible ! It’s really cool. :open_mouth:


(Stephane Issaurat) #9

Thank you for your comments :smile:


(aghandwork) #10

Good Job! But In real life Chronograph arrow running more softly …in your video it is ruuning as a quartz mechanism - jerking


(Bart Veldhuizen) #11

I’ve featured you on BlenderNation, enjoy :slight_smile:


(Stephane Issaurat) #12

You’re right ! You’re a connoisseur :slight_smile: in fact, I needed to search for a solution to a step by step movement with a smal bouncing effect.


(Stephane Issaurat) #13

Wow ! It’s really cool of you :slight_smile: I’ll share it on my social media’s


(trevorcurtis) #14

An amazing render with impeccable lighting. Fabulous work!


(Stephane Issaurat) #15

Hey, thank tou Trevor ! It’s really cool to receive such a compliment! :slight_smile:


(dannymax5) #16

Looks tremendously well done and ready for commercial use!


(Stephane Issaurat) #17

OK, I call Patek Philippe right now ! :slight_smile:


(Rolf Berge) #18

Very nice. :ok_hand: