London Tower Bridge


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Time spend: about 2 weeks.

Hey guys! Finally I'm submitting some new 3D!

The last 2 weeks we where having a project called "Wear of time", we had to choose a known place, and make it like it had been abandoned for ages.

I made the London tower bridge, and decided that the water level was lowered, instead of raised :)

Im not satisfied with how the stones/ground ended, but I tried to make it work - Better than it started out though.

Do you like it?

Sorry for the bad English
- Love Kaya


super fricking awesome =D i wish i could to landscape as good as you ....... keep it hun

Fascinating. Beautiful scenery!

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Wow this is great, the whole water level idea was genius, and it really does look like it was abandoned for years. In a sense the scenery looks beautiful, which is good. Also when you look into detail, maybe you could make the tower (the one closest) a little more asymmetrical, like destroy a wall or the very top of the tower, but not to the point where it looks like it'll be impossible for it to stay up. I don't know it's just a suggestion for future work, not trying to tell you how to do your work or anything. But overall it's great and I like it. (:

Whoa this is a good picture for a 3d its pretty good =)thou some details is a bit off with the supports between the towers thers a little something that looks like flying scrap or wines i really cant tell but other than that its really Awesome with the right colors for the concrete and the riples on the water is a nice addition too good job :D

PS. I dunno if its intentional but one of the towers on the part closest to the city is crooked i dunno if it intensional but it should maby be crooked a bit higher and perhaps a little less against the bottom other than that its really nice

KayaKure responds:

Thank you! It's a school project, and we have to show it tomorow, can't wait for the respons!

Can't figure where you're seeing the "flying scrap/wines" - Can you please specify, so I can see it? :D (I'm totally blind when I'm looking at my work, after 2 weeks xD)

It's intentional, but i can see your point - I actually wanted it to be that way, but.. It didn't went well (I hate "smashing" my stuff in 3D, so I have been too soft with the models!) :P

But thanks for the feedback! :D


KayaKure responds:

Thank you :)

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4.56 / 5.00

May 20, 2013
12:12 PM EDT
3D Art
File Info
1024 x 576 px
239.3 KB

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