3D Artwork: 3d Optimus Prime

Discussion in 'Transformers Fan Art' started by prime_force, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. prime_force

    prime_force Prime Force Art

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    Here is a 3d model of the cybertron version of prime i did a while ago in maya. Feel free to leave comments please. If any1 is interested in purchasing my models, let me know because i would like to know if it is worth uploading them to turbosquid or maybe ebay. Thanks.

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  2. Venksta

    Venksta Render Project Creations TFW2005 Supporter

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    Cool model dude. I have one critique though. He is a bit too smooth/rounded for a transformer. Otherwise, its a good job. :) 
     
  3. Primus

    Primus Beware, the modelers. Veteran

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    If you put a very slight bevel on the edges they would crap out like that when you put a smoothing modifier on there.
     
  4. B.F.

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    Not bad.
    Do you use a "Sculpt Geometry Tool" to do that, or it just smooth?
     
  5. prime_force

    prime_force Prime Force Art

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    Thanks for the comment...It is only smooth that i used to smooth out the geometary yes. The modelling was done simply starting with a polygon cube and adding , moving, etc, vertices, faces, etc around (the usual polygon modelling tools of maya basically). Thanks again to everyone that has left a comment here.
     
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    SPLIT LIP Dry built

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    It's missing alot of details such as sirens and lights, but very well made.
     
  7. Gears

    Gears buh-buh-body ya Veteran

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    Lookin good!
     
  8. Draven

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    I agree with Primus; a slight bevel on the edges will prevent the parts from "ballooning" like that. Other than that, very nice work. For some reason the texturing reminds me of diecast miniatures (not a bad thing IMO, I like that look).
     
  9. B.F.

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    If you look at the original Galaxy Convoy model (modelled in LightWave), you can't see lot of smooth there.
    Just a simple polygon modelling, and lot of detals.
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