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Old 30th January 2015
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Default Snelmodelleren #43– Speed Modelling #43

Een iets minder ingewikkelde opdracht dit keer, een brandblusapparaat.


Maximum modelleertijd is 3 uur; werp voor de regels eventueel nog eens een blik op http://www.c4dlounge.eu/forum/showthread.php?t=6253

Post een klei render en draadmodel (met eventueel tussenversies) in deze draad. 

Veel plezier en succes.
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A somewhat less complicated assignment this time, a fire extinguisher.



Maximum modelling time is 3 hours; for the rules maybe have another peek at http://www.c4dlounge.eu/forum/showthread.php?t=6253

Post a clay render and wireframe (with eventually intermediate versions) in this thread.

Lots of fun and success.
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ik ging ook eens meedoen aan de snelmodelleer contest (al aan nr 43 !)
maar de examenvraag blijkbaar wat te breed geïnterpreteerd.
Maar goed, me best geamuseerd met het materiaal erop te zetten.
Het model is niet echt een schoolvoorbeeld van hoe het moet, sorry kees.
35 min modelleren, een uurtje materiaal prutsen en licht
renderen een paar uur...
In elk geval: een apparaat om branden mee te blussen is een brandblusapparaat, dus zo fout zit ik nu ook weer niet.
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eigenlijk heb ik gewoon mijn materiaaltje fout...
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I always love a wider interpretation of a given topic
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it gave me some exercise, and i made a bunch of mistakes again, so for me it served its purpose. I am humble enough to know that it will not earn me a place in "the spotlight" gallery
It is amazing to see how much modelling strategy decisions you have to take in making a stupid bucket !
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It is amazing to see how much modelling strategy decisions you have to take in making a stupid bucket !
I hear you!
Even objects that seem to be simple can suddenly be quite the challenge!
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Absolutely, although in this case, it says more about my rusty modelling skills then the object.
I think i will try to force myself in joining this exercise more often!
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2 hours ... gone like the wind
I hope I can finish it tomorrow.

Done. 3 hours, 15 minutes. Still not quite finished, yay
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2 hours ... gone like the wind
I hope I can finish it tomorrow.

Done. 3 hours, 15 minutes. Still not quite finished, yay
looks cool well done!

ran into this tip while searching for the most optimal way to do some specific modelling, perhaps you guys find it useful.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxS_qZtZArc#t=519
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