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Warhammer 40k Dreadnaught

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Score
4.35 / 5.00

Date
01/26/2010
Category
3D Art
File Info
718 x 573 px
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380.2 kb
Tags
blender
3d
dreadnaught

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Author Comments

A modeling exercise which I thought turned out quite well, there is a turntable which can be found here: http://vimeo.com/8834599

Cheers,
Stumpy

Reviews


carlos95carlos95

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 5, 2011

Awesome!!!

This is very well detailed and well thought. :D LOVE IT!!!!!



kingtrue11kingtrue11

Rated 4 / 5 stars Feb 27, 2010

Very good

I like detail added to where the model is connected and glued, it looks like It could be pulled apart and put back together all over again.
One of the things you could've done to the front was to add afew more details, like the studs found on the model around the center armour to help fill up those flat surfaces.

NIce job, keep it up. Perhaps try your hands on some Space marines
8/10
4/5



theafrotheafro

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jan 26, 2010

Good work in Blender, here's a tip:

The shadows, or the AO Map, is a bit grainy. You can goto the World button, and find the Ambient Occlusion tab in there, and raise the sample rate up to 20, and it'll get rid of the grainyness to it. It'll just take a little bit longer to render.
5/5 10/10, good work!


IStumpyI responds:

yeah I purposely kept it low so i could render the animation quicker, I almost like the noise though.


KillerwolverineKillerwolverine

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jan 26, 2010

Mmhmm.

Really, really good shit, dude. Although it would have been nice to see the model turned around, you really get a good feel of the 'boxiness' of the original model. I enjoyed the geometry here, and I'd really like to see it colored in.

Fantastic work, keep it up.


IStumpyI responds:

just look at the video link in the description


CrystalDragon23CrystalDragon23

Rated 4 / 5 stars Jan 26, 2010

Hehe...

Dreadnaught where always one of my favorite units of the game
This model is exactly like the original models of the game


IStumpyI responds:

yeah I had one sitting beside me the entire time.