3D modeling - Agfa Click-II

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  1. &Denekamp

    &Denekamp TPF Noob!

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    Hey,

    Don't know if anyone else here is into 3D modeling, but I'd like to share this anyway. I made this model a while ago. Its an Agfa Click-II (as if you couldn't tell from the title..) I found in my dad's camera collection. He has like 4 of them (click, clack, click II, you name it)

    Hope you like

    [​IMG]


    If you too have 3D models, and you want to show them, go right ahead :)


    Niels
     
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    I'll pop this over to the Creative forum. There are a few CG images in there you may want to look at. Some of the stuff blows me away.

    Really good image you've got there. I've SO gotta have a go one day.
     
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    Sorry, I didn't realize I was in the wrong forum :blushing: Thanks for moving.
     
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    Excellent model! What software did you use? I've only tried Terragen so far.
     
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    That's awesome.
    So what program were you using?
     
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    &Denekamp TPF Noob!

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    I've used Rhino 3D for modeling, and Flamingo (yes, you guessed it: same company) for the render (not by far the best render around, its kind of crappy really..)

    Made this one for a speedchallenge for some other forum. The challenge was to model in camera in under one hour.. I wasnt near finished in under an hour, but I decided to spend some extra time on it and make it as acurate as possible. In total I think I've spend about 2 and a half hours on the modeling part, and some more on the material making and rendering part.
     
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    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Wow I was gonna say... 1 hour... that would've been un real! Nice work... and I really like the background you've got here.
     
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    no, that would have been unreal indeed :) I got the main body about finished in on hour, but all the other stuff, no chance :)

    Here's another of my models. A car this time :) so this treat is now no longer photography related :p

    I designed this car myself. I wanted it to have a retro, ferrari-ish look.
    I have more renders (or i can always make more) if you like.

    [​IMG]

    (hehe, this one took a little longer as well. About two months, few hours every day)
     

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