Polaroid Originals™ OneStep 2

Continuing my retro recreation of old-school tech, Polaroid’s OneStep 2!
Scratch modeled, and rendered in Cycles. :slight_smile:


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Awesome work. I love the black plastic material.

I’m assuming, because of the micro usb port, that this is the remake Poloroid (or whoever bought them) released a couple of years ago and not the original? Or is this a stylized concept?

Edit: I just noticed the flash bulb behind the diffuse for the flash. This is really excellent work.

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can you show us some of the wireframe?

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I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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Thankyou! :smile:

Correct, this is the modern remake, the OneStep 2. I added the classic rainbow stripe although the recent model doesn’t contain it :slight_smile:

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Capture

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Lovely. Well done.

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Thanks! :smile:

Seriously good job. :camera:
How did you get the bumps on the plastic, was it just a noise bump map?

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Yeah that’s it! I made a sort of noise texture in photoshop and converted to .bmp, Simple but adds a world of realism. :slight_smile:

You’re #featured! :+1:

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Thankyou! :grinning:

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If there’s one camera technology that I really don’t miss, that would be “Polaroid.” Especially the “instant” variety which developed itself right before your eyes. Several times as our family has gone through the accumulated belongings of deceased relatives we found carefully-cataloged family images that were now completely ruined. A few of them, being bound next to each other in photo albums, appear to have transferred some very noxious-looking chemicals.

They never kept well in humidity or heat, this camera uses new film, I believe it’s much more resilient