This was a project inspired by the real-time and timelapse series of videos made by MX2 not too long ago. I was still very new to this and it took me ages to finish, but was very happy with the result.
The materials are pulled from the Kit Ops Metal collection and the little post-production is done in Darktable - keeping in the spirit of opensource. I’ve found playing with the bloom contrasts the hard metal.
I made timelapses for these projects to give a sense of how I went about things. Looking to make these again.
Watch the timelapse here:
Very nice, very realistic good work!
Stunning work and thanks for posting a timelapse, it is great to learn your workflow.
Boetsss! Thank you, and I really enjoyed making them. Planning to mix things up soon.
I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!
Nice renders and great topology! Keep it up with good works
You’re on the #featured row!
top row! woo hoo! Excellent stuff!
Great topology and nice presentation!
That’s why SubD is a thing of the past. It’s too long. So complicated that it’s irrelevant.
Thank Goodness modern Blender and its best addon developers allow such objects to be created in a daily routine.
… no? It’s still in use daily at levels ranging from amateur to studio
Yeah, it’s a classic. It will be used for a long time, maybe even forever.
But for such mundane projects it is no longer relevant.
In the Russian market of three-dimensional modeling services you will not pay more than $ 45 for such a model. And this will be a good price tag, a fortune. In the race to the freelance services market, the price tag can drop to $20.
All this means that there is no time for SubD. The model should be ready within an hour.
And a lot of modifications should be ready within a day.
I am writing because I saw the potential. This is not a criticism, the author did a good job.
Very impressive work. Great job!
A question, were you working from specs? Im not that familiar with alternators, but that looks quite precise.
Those bevels look great.
The internal copper wire stator windings look good too, your lighting setup with the colored image captures that detail well.