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Old 04 April 2012   #31
 
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Old 05 May 2012   #33
I think it's done...


Now there's only ocean surface left to model...
 
Old 05 May 2012   #34
Thumbs up

Wow ND! Iam really impressed, i think you nailed this model and had a keen eye to the details!
Only thing missing is an environment to put it in=)
 
Old 06 June 2012   #35
You're right. I'm learning RealFlow to make 3d environment. Here is one of my last experiments:
 
Old 06 June 2012   #36
Great model! Takes me back to last summer. I worked for a few years at Lockheed doing the training simulations for the cruisers and destroyers. Had to build a couple of these myself. You really nailed it.
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Old 07 July 2012   #37
Thank you, MattDubs!

Keep working on water...
 
Old 08 August 2012   #38
Added some splashes under the nose and a little waterfall on the board.
 
Old 08 August 2012   #39
I'm still here!
How about the view from the rubber speed boat?

 
Old 08 August 2012   #40
Looks awesome!
 
Old 08 August 2012   #41
Dmitry your scene is progressing very well!

If you add a bit of volumetric fog it will help to blend the ship into the ocean environment.
 
Old 09 September 2012   #42
And after final tweaks


Not accepted to 3D stills gallery...
 
Old 09 September 2012   #43
Very nice detailed model, I love it!
I'm sure with that one you can find way better angles than just from the side. I guess one reason might be that it is not "artistic" enough. Your image is great for showing the ship itself but it doesn't tell much of a story. Maybe you go for an angle of a low flying by airplane, showing it from front/side at a 30 degree angle, Tilt the cam into one direction for some more dynamic and add 2 major and one smaller explosion in the water. Maybe similar to this one, just more dynamic: http://www.ship-paintings.com/large_images/uss-plunkett-750.jpg
Lighting wise you can go for something more dramatic as well. Overcast is always a bit dull.

Just some ideas

Cheers
Andre
 
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