AH-64 Apache LongBow

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  01 January 2007
Smile AH-64 Apache LongBow

Hi, I'm a new user and I'd like to receive your c&c on this work!
I've started it in C4D to modelling the airscrew and then working on its animation with the help of X-Presso nodes.
My target is to realize a photorealistic model of the AH-64 Longbow helicopter with all its machinery functioning and influenced from gravity and others dynamics.
Like in this video where I'd tried to get the natural position of the airscrew's battledores influenced by gravity in a stopped position, like in the reality and then, when the airscrew begin to rotate i'd tried to simulate its weight disappered by the influence of the centrifuge's constrain!


P.S. sorry if my english sometimes is a little incorrect
OSX 10.9.5-ZB4-C4D16-AECC-Nuke9.....& my Brain!!!

Last edited by SerJoseph : 01 January 2007 at 12:14 AM.
  01 January 2007
Good experiment!
I'll waiting for the next! good job!

  01 January 2007
Thx Rufux!
A little videoupdate with the implementation of the piston's automatisms according to the emissions of a air-pressure blast sound.
All of those controlled by X-Presso!
Thank at anybody got appreciate this work!


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OSX 10.9.5-ZB4-C4D16-AECC-Nuke9.....& my Brain!!!
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